This kind-hearted Farsley restaurant owner is feeding more than 100 vulnerable people today - for free

A kind-hearted Farsley restaurant owner is feeding more than 100 vulnerable people today from his own pocket.

By Daniel Sheridan
Saturday, 25th December 2021, 2:34 pm
Updated Saturday, 25th December 2021, 2:36 pm

Zulfi Hussain owns the popular Deeva on Farsley Town Street.

He told the YEP that 'no-one will go hungry on Christmas day'.

"We will provide a free meal to anyone in need near us between 1pm and 6pm today", Zulfi said.

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His act of kindness was applauded by the local community.

Zulfi is expected to feed more than 100 people this afternoon.

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