November 02, 2015 02:50 PM

A recent trip to McDonald’s turned out to be anything but routine for two California teenagers.

Lance Stewart and his good friend Adin Kolansky have had a hard time witnessing the numerous homeless people they see on their nightly jogs down Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles.

“I always wish I could help them,” Stewart, 18, told the Daily News.

So on Tuesday, the pair spent $151 on 100 McDouble sandwiches, and then hit the streets handing them out every person they saw in need.

The touching moments were captured in a video that has amassed almost nine million views in less than one week.

The good deed didn’t stop there.

When they ran out of burgers, they stopped by a Rite Aid and spent over $100 on Pop Tarts, Lunchables and water bottles.

“Something as little as food can have such a huge impact on someone else’s life, reads a message the end of the video. “We take so much for granted.”

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