Netizens in Indonesia have rallied together in support of an elderly banana-seller who said he was robbed of more than 1m rupiah ($80; £62).
Suratman, 94, said he was approached by a driver and asked to enter a vehicle to sell his fruits.
When inside, two men forced Mr Suratman to empty his pockets. They kicked him out afterwards and drove away, he said.
Tommy Reza posted a video online of a distressed Mr Suratman, which has since drawn sympathy and donations.
In the post, Mr Reza said Mr Suratman told him he was planning to use the stolen money to buy new furniture in celebration of the Eid-ul-Adha festival later this month.
The incident happened in the province of Jambi on Sumatra island. Tommy Reza told BBC News that he came across Mr Suratman in tears.
“I just happened to be in the area when I saw a man shouting for help,” he …