Man Bought $540 in Girl Scout Cookies so Girls Could Escape Cold

Kayla Dillard said the man dropped $540 on the addictive sweets

Kayla Dillard said the man dropped $540 on the addictive sweets

That's when a man who'd already purchased seven boxes returned to clean them out.

McGowan, according to a Facebook post on February 22, reportedly bought a few boxes of Girl Scout cookies from a group of girls in Greenville. He spent $540 on cookies, she said.

In total, the man spent $540 on Girl Scout cookies.

Dillard said she does not know the good Samaritan.

A day after a man went viral on social media for his generosity to some Greenville County Girl Scouts, he was arrested on federal drug charges, according to Drug Enforcement Administration officials. "We stood there in shock for a little while", Kayla Dillard, the "cookie manager" of Troop 1574, told CBS News. "We all were shocked".

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"What an unbelievable soul", Dillard wrote.

As of Tuesday morning, the post had been shared more than 8,000 times. This season the troop has surpassed their goal of 3,200 boxes - selling about 5,000 so far, according to Dillard.

The girls had been offering the snacks in near-freezing 34F conditions when the man, who did not give his name, came to their rescue. Then he came back to the table.

McGowan gained national attention last weekend after a Facebook post of him smiling next to two Girl Scouts outside a sc grocery store was shared thousands of times.

Even though she didn't find out the benefactor's name, he gave off a great impression: "That man was just a very kind, honest and humble man who loves children".

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