Hull FC star Levy Nzoungou makes heart-warming gesture to homeless person

Hull FC forward Levy Nzoungou restored faith in humanity by making a kind gesture to a homeless man in the city.

The 21-year-old was driving around Hull city centre when he saw a homeless guy sitting on the floor.

Nzoungou saw people walking past him and ignoring him, so he stepped out of his career and gave him his jacket.

The Hull prop tweeted: “I honesty couldn’t believe how happy it made the guy, so this morning after training, I went back again to give him some more clothes and shoes.

“He was actually wearing my jacket! It made me feel so reassured that he really does need more stuff to help him along.

“I went and sat with him for a while, he told me his life story and it was very painful for me to hear.

“You don’t need to be a superhero to save life or help people massively. Little things like this can really change lives and make them feel appreciated.”

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