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A Cincinnati Bengals player has brought a family to tears with a random act of kindness.

Wallace Gilberry was seen at a Target in Ohio this week as he bought a family with children a PlayStation 4 and several video games, Bill Hemmer said on “America’s Newsroom” today.

The family of seven apparently left the store in tears.

A fan who witnessed the exchange posted a snapshot on Instagram, writing, “What a stand up dude.”

The defensive end’s charitable giving didn’t end there. He also tweeted a photo from a food bank on Tuesday, writing, “To whom much is given, much is expected.”


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