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Trick or candy! Heartwarming moment two boys use their own hiding place to fill a bowl left for tricks or treats after finding it empty

  • Jodie Laithy, from Merseyside, captured footage on her Ring doorbell camera
  • She left a bowl of sweets outside but it was empty when two boys visited her
  • They decided to break into their hiding place and filled the bowl again
  • The woman was touched by the act of generosity and wants her parents to see
  • The sweet clip of has been shared hundreds of times online

A doorbell camera captured the moment two boys dressed up for Halloween made a generous decision when they noticed someone had run out of candy to give away.

Jodie Laithy, from Knowsley, Merseyside, took to social media to share the heartwarming moment two boys came to her house and decided to fill the bowl she had left for tricks or treats when they found her empty.

She described it as ‘the cutest thing’ and people took to social media, where the video has been shared hundreds of times – saying the heartfelt move ‘brought them to tears’.

The sweet clip has been shared hundreds of times online – with people saying the boys’ actions made them ‘cry’

The two boys, dressed in ski masks for Halloween, held up the empty bowl in front of the camera, saying

The two boys, dressed in ski masks for Halloween, held up the empty bowl in front of the camera, saying ‘someone took them’ (the candy)

Jodie captured the footage on her Ring doorbell camera on Halloween.

In the video, two boys in ski masks can be seen approaching Jodie’s door and ringing the bell.

She had left some candy outside in a bowl for the kids to pick up while she was out of the house, but after a few moments the boys noticed the bowl was empty.

One of the guys picked up the bowl and held it up to the camera saying, “Someone took them” before putting it down.

The two boys approached the Ring camera wearing ski masks and quickly noticed that Jodie's bowl was empty

The two boys approached the Ring camera wearing ski masks and quickly noticed that Jodie’s bowl was empty

Immediately, he opened his plastic bag full of candies and began filling the bowl.

This prompted his friend to break into his own bag and soon the bowl was filled with candy again.

Once the bowl was filled, the pair turned to the camera and waved before wishing Jodie a “Happy Halloween”.

Jodie shared the clip on Facebook in hopes the boys’ parents would see the video.

The couple said

The couple said ‘Happy Halloween’ and waved at the camera before leaving, Jodie said it was the ‘cutest thing ever’

Jodie said on social media: “Those kid actions were so cute. I hope their parents see it and are proud of them.

“We left a candy bowl for the kids while we were out, and since it was empty they put some of their own candy in it. I didn’t expect that from two young guys, they are amazing.

“And their little wave and ‘Happy Halloween’ was the cutest thing ever.”

One person wrote: ‘Oh I hope their moms see this and feel so proud! This is the best, what a wonderful pair of boys.

Several people commented that the touching clip “brought them to tears.”

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