Anyone who has ever struggled to get a buggy, another person or even just a suitcase on to a bus will understand this struggle.
It ain't easy – especially on busy Dublin buses where you're trying to manoeuvre around everyone without getting in people's ways, putting your stuff away and getting ready for take off – it can be exhausting
*slow clapping begins*
That's where total hero Mark Devereux comes in.
He helped a mammy Friday evening by holding her baba while she folded and put away their buggy.
Everybody on #16 bus is beaming as the driver goes hands on & holds a baby while the boarding mammy folds her buggy ???? pic.twitter.com/hIljOVTZtb
— Veronica Walsh (@VCurrentAffairs) December 29, 2016
Mark has previously won 98FM's Best Bus Driver award.
— Jer Dixon (@JeremyDixonDJ) December 30, 2016
Mark was recognised on Twitter by his passengers after Veronica's tweet and was praised to the heavens.
????looks like Mark,won bus driver of the year on either 98fm or fm104. Great guy.
— Declan Graham (@GrahamDeclan) December 29, 2016
he's the best!Always friendly,helpful,welcoming to tourists,accommodating to those who need help.a credit to @dublinbusnews
— Sarah Baxter (@sarahabaxter) December 29, 2016
@dublinbusnews I love him. He's hilarious. When you get on the bus and he's driving you know it's going to be a good trip.
— Janet O'Sullivan (@Janasset) December 30, 2016
Faith in humanity restored? Yup.
Fair play Mark.