Kind-hearted construction worker Jason Haney decided to brighten up the day of children in the hospital located next door to his construction site.
Jason thought he could put a smile on the faces of kids and give them a little cheering up, so he came up with an 8ft tall game of find Waldo, (the U.S version of Where’s Wally.)
The good samaritan and his young daughter took to the tools, arts and crafts and created an 8ft tall cardboard cut-out of Waldo, which he hides in various locations on the building site every day.
Some days he might be placed at the top of scaffolding or perhaps up a ladder or on a crane, the children of South Bend Indiana try and spot where is hidden. Once the eagle-eyed kids have spotted Waldo, he gets moved to another location the next day and the game begins again.
Jason has also created a facebook group where the kids can logon and post their guesses, with Jason keeping a watchful eye for the right answer!
The Waldo cardboard cutout has been such a hit, Jason and his daughter are currently working on cardboard Minions to join Waldo among the scaffolding and cranes
This has got to be the most heartwarming news-bite of the week, hats off to Jason Hadley a credit to all construction workers.