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The News Minute | June 8, 2014 | 01:08 pm IST  Noble deeds seldom go unpaid, and in this case, quite literally. 26-year-old Jon Meis, a student of the Seattle Pacific University, is said to have recently prevented a gun man from going on a shooting spree in campus by pepper spraying the offender.When news of his heroic deed went viral, Meis had his wedding registry and honeymoon expenses paid for by strangers, according to a Fox News report. Meis stopped the gun man when he was reloading his gun after shooting 3 students, and killing one of them. The police also credit Meis, without whom there could have been more victims, the report further says. As people began sharing the story of Meis’ bravery on the internet, a Twitter user set up a campaign to collect money for Meis honeymoon, as a token of support and appreciation. More than $ 11,000 is said to have been collected so far. Meis' selfless act and what he got in return is a heart-warming tale that restores our faith in good deeds and validates that they never go unreturned. Read the full story here: Seattle student credited with stopping campus gunman has wedding registry, honeymoon paid for by strangers
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