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This Mystery Man Doesn't Want Your Money, He Just Wants To Hand Out High-Fives On A Train

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A mystery man is on a mission to bring a little joy and a lot of high-fives to Canadian commuters.

The anonymous man has reportedly been appearing on light rail trains throughout the past month and walking the train cars delivering high-fives and smiles to the sometimes bewildered, but ultimately cooperative passengers, according to The Calgary Herald.

Alex Maissan, who saw the high-fiver in action on Monday, told the Calgary Herald, "You feel a little awkward at first, but once you do it you feel pretty great."

One witness recorded an encounter with the friendly dude and uploaded it to YouTube last week, saying "I've heard of him, but hadn't seen him until today. He announced on the train that he would be walking through and hoping to high-five everyone to make them smile." The witness also wrote that the man told a joke and introduced people to one another.

High-fives never get old, and they are a surefire way to perk up your day. Check out this video of a man roaming a college campus in search of high-fives, and this list of some of the most epic high-fives of all time.

h/t Reddit

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