Another ‘good deed’ TikToker: Tim the Lawnmower Man offers to mow overgrown lawns for free


A gardener who seeks out overgrown lawns and affords to mow strangers’ yards without cost has gone viral after filming his random acts of ‘mowing’.  

Tim Parker, often known as Tim the Lawnmower Man, scours western Sydney searching for untamed yards and affords to rework the lawns without cost.

The complete-time fireman cuts neighbours’ lawns in his spare time and shares the top end result on his TikTok and YouTube channel. 

In a video shared on Tiktok on Tuesday, Tim is seen knocking on a stranger’s door and providing to chop the person’s entrance yard without cost.

In a video shared on TikTok, Tim the Lawnmower Man is seen providing to chop the grass in a single house owner’s overgrown entrance yard (pictured)

‘That is going to be a little bit of a bizarre request, you in all probability have not had this earlier than, are you able to do me a favour and let me clear this up without cost?’ Tim asks the house owner. 

Tim explains to the house proprietor that his social media followers love to observe transformations of overgrown grass as they discover it ‘oddly satisfying’ and confirmed the person a few of his movies earlier than he began mowing. 

The TikTok clip has amassed a whopping 10.4 million views with customers praising the social media sensation. 

‘I like this dude … only a nice particular person on the whole,’ one person wrote. 

‘You are healthful, you do not annoy individuals, you are not obnoxious, and also you’re truly doing him a favour,’ one other person commented. 

‘I truly do not care in regards to the satisfying grass slicing, I benefit from the truth you are doing one thing for individuals simply because, very healthful,’ a 3rd person chimed.  

Tim the Lawnmower Man said fans find the yard transformations 'oddly satisfying'

The lawn enthusiast explained mowing people's yards was a win for everyone

Tim  the Lawnmower Man stated followers discover his mowing movies ‘oddly satisfying’ and claims his free service is a ‘win’ for everybody as neighbours get a yard clear up, viewers get a video and if the video does properly it generates income for him to purchase new garden instruments

Different customers joked they might let their lawns develop in hopes he would knock on their door.  

‘I ended doing my garden in hopes someone wished to return by and do a TikTok,’ one person wrote. 

The social media sensation instructed Every day Mail Australia he has mowed about 100 lawns within the final 12 months. 

Mr Parker defined householders have been usually cautious when he approached them however have been normally onboard after viewing a few of his movies. 

The garden fanatic stated mowing yards without cost was a ‘win-win’ for everybody concerned. 

‘It’s only a completely different enterprise mannequin the place everybody wins,’ Mr Parker stated. 

‘Somebody will get a free clear up, my viewers get a video and if the video does properly sufficient, I recoup my prices. 

‘I additionally take pleasure in taking part in with completely different bits of energy gear and this provides me an excuse to spend cash on them.’

Some customers branded Mr Parker’s movies as ‘exploitative’ as he makes cash from movies he posts on-line.

Tim’s garden movies comply with an identical sample to that of one other Australian TikTok influencer who confronted a backlash final month over his ‘random acts of kindness’ movies, which viewers branded as ‘disrespectful’ and ‘exploitative’. 

Harrison Pawluk, 22, produces viral clips of himself performing good deeds for strangers – from handing the homeless luggage of meals to paying for a girl’s groceries and handing aged individuals flowers.

The full-time fireman and spare-time lawnmower (pictured) said he has cut at least 100 lawns in the last 12 months

The complete-time fireman and spare-time lawnmower (pictured) stated he has lower not less than 100 lawns within the final 12 months

Nevertheless, his footage sparked uproar when an aged shopper hit out at him over a extensively circulated video the place he gave her a bouquet of flowers whereas she sat and drank espresso at a shopping center.

The consumer, Maree, stated she felt ‘dehumanised’ and ‘like clickbait’ due to the episode – with Pawluk’s clip of the incident racking up greater than 58.8million views.

Elsewhere, one other video exhibiting him handing a bag of things to tough sleepers was criticised by viewers, with one particular person commenting: ‘Exploiting the homeless.’

The TikToker’s supervisor Taylor Reilly instructed Every day Mail Australia that Pawluk acquired threats through his messages on account of the backlash to his footage.  

‘It is extraordinarily uncommon for there to be controversy with these, in all probability as a result of it went viral,’ he stated. ‘Harrison usually will get nothing however gratitude.’

Mr Reilly supplied an apology to Maree and stated Pawluk can be ready to take down the video.

On the time of writing, the video remains to be on Pawluk’s TikTok profile. 

Australian TikTok influencer Harrison Pawluk, 22, faced backlash last month over his 'random acts of kindness' video, which saw him hand flowers to an unsuspecting woman drinking coffee, who later labelled the episode 'dehumanising' (pictured)

 Australian TikTok influencer Harrison Pawluk, 22, confronted backlash final month over his ‘random acts of kindness’ video, which noticed him hand flowers to an unsuspecting lady consuming espresso, who later labelled the episode ‘dehumanising’ (pictured)

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