This is the moment a kind-hearted father-of-three stunned passers-by in a town centre - by sitting outside a coffee shop and giving out cash.
Dickon Johnstone, 38, filmed himself with a cardboard placard declaring that he has 'a job, a home, a car, and good health', adding: 'Would YOU like a couple of pounds for a coffee'?
He then sits outside a coffee shop in Aylesbury, Bucks, with his sign, before dishing out £2 a time to a string of stunned passers-by.
Dickon, who performed the random act of kindness because he's 'always trying to make people happy', ended up giving away £36 in just 30 minutes.
He said dozens of pedestrians in Aylesbury's Market Square simply ignored him or read the sign and refused to believe he was giving away money.
But after a few minutes a steady stream of people take Dickon up on his offer, as he dishes out cash while appearing from a distance to be a homeless person begging for money.
Refreshingly, Dickon said the first person he gave cash to bought a coffee, which they then gave back to him.
Dickon, from Aylesbury, told Yahoo: 'I didn't really know what kind of response I'd get.
'It was quite surprising to see people just walk past, or read the sign, then ignore you or refuse to engage.
'But at the same time, I didn't really expect people to take me up on the offer.'
Dickon's video shows a number of people approach him to read the sign, many refusing to believe the offer of free cash.
He captured their expressions as 18 separate passers-by happily took £2 from Dickon.
The dad-of-three added that when he explained his idea to others, they didn't take his money because they 'had enough already'.
As well as giving out £36, Dickon pledged the same amount to Children in Need after the random act of kindness.
See the original video on Dickon's YouTube channel here.