‘Hairy Fairy’ treats shoppers

A man dubbed the ‘Hairy Christmas Fairy’ is spending hundreds of pounds paying for people’s shopping.

The middle-aged man dresses in a pink fairy outfit including tutu, tiara, wings and wand, reports the Sun.

As well as paying for shopping, he also hands out free lottery tickets in towns across Cornwall.

Each time the man does a good deed, he leaves a card with a picture of a fairy and a handwritten note saying: “You’ll be hearing a lot about me – the Hairy Christmas Fairy.”

He first appeared last week in Warren’s Bakery in Helston. He spent £40 on pies and pasties for every customer.

Bakery worker Sonia Hocking revealed: “He said, ‘It’s not a joke, or a hoax, I just want to buy everybody pies.’

“We thought it was bit odd – but he said ‘trust me’. Every time a customer came in he’d say lunch was on him.

“He got a few odd looks but if someone is offering to buy you a sausage roll you don’t say no. He was very friendly.”

The next day he paid a visit to Morrisons supermarket in Penzance where he paid for the contents of several shoppers’ trollies.

The day after he handed out free Lottery scratch cards outside a newsagent in Liskeard and bought teas and coffees in a cafe in Launceston.

Source : Ananova

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