Roman Atwood, a YouTube prankster by trade, got access to a friend's pizza shop after hours under the guise of picking up a lost wallet. Instead, he and his crew got to work at the ovens, making 30 pizzas they then delivered to homeless shelters and people on street corners around Columbus, Ohio. In the restaurant's kitchen, they left a stack of money and a note for their unwitting partner in altruism: "Thanks for feeding the homeless!! Smile more." It's okay if you do smile at the heartwarming stunt, straight ahead.
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