A household have been left shocked to seek out their late aged neighbour had left Christmas presents to present to their daughter for the following 14 years.
Ken, who was in his late 80s, lived close to to Owen and Caroline Williams in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, for the final two years.
The couple mentioned Ken “doted” on their two-year-old daughter Cadi.
He died not too long ago and on Monday night, his daughter knocked on the Williams’ dwelling to ship the presents.
“She was clutching this massive bag plastic sack and I assumed it was garbage she was going to ask me to throw out,” mentioned Mr Williams.
“However she mentioned it was every part her dad had put away for Cadi. It was all the Christmas presents he had purchased for her.
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“I introduced it again in and my spouse was on FaceTime to her mum in Eire. My spouse began to tear up and I began to tear up, and her mum began to tear up.
“It is troublesome describing it as a result of it was so sudden. I do not understand how lengthy he put them away whether or not it was during the last two years or whether or not he purchased them in the direction of the top of his life.”
Mr Williams mentioned they’ve opened one of many presents which was a e-book however weren’t certain what to do about the remaining.
“We will inform there’s some books, there’s three or 4 comfortable toys, possibly some Duplo,” he added.
Mr Williams mentioned his neighbour – a retired industrial deep sea diver – was a “actual, actual character”.