This 100-year-old man from Edinburgh still works 3 days a week and leaves the internet in amazement

The organization also announced that Flucker is a familiar face in the store. He volunteers three days a week and is busy all the time. He even builds model railways and model ships

On June 22, as David Flucker turned 100, the Hospica Care store in St. Columba’s dedicated a window to his birthday to show a few glimpses of his life. Facebook/@OceanTerminal

Once we reach the age of 60 or 65, we all look forward to retirement and a stress-free life. But that is not the plan for David Flucker, of Edinburgh, Scotland, who is 100 years old. He still works at a thrift store three days a week.

Rather than retiring or taking a break, Flucker — who loves his job — still volunteers at the charity shop, counting puzzle pieces, steaming clothes, repairing toys, and occasionally chatting with his customers.

On June 22, as the centenarian turned 100, the Hospica Care store in St. Columba’s dedicated a window to a few glimpses of his life on his birthday.

The post, shared on Facebook, shows how Flucker has become an inspiration to many around the world. The store posted a notice on the official Ocean Terminal Shopping Center page where Flucker’s workspace is located.

“David Flucker, a very inspiring volunteer at St Columba’s Hospice Care store, will be celebrating his 100th birthday on June 22 and the store is marking the occasion with a showcase that tells of his life over the past 100 years!” read the message.

Watch the now viral post here:

This 100-year-old man from Edinburgh still works 3 days a week and blows the internet

Image Courtesy: Facebook/OceanTerminal

The organization also announced that Flucker is a familiar face in the store. He volunteers three days a week and is busy all the time. He even builds model railways and model ships.

Speaking of his life and journey thus far, the shop mentioned that he was born in Newhaven. During his childhood he lived in both Australia and South Africa and flew with the Royal Air Force (RAF) in North Africa during World War II, where he survived a plane crash. Despite his age, Flucker has no plans to stop volunteering and that the quiet life is not for him, the organization writes.

The post was shared on June 7 and has been attracting attention for all good reasons ever since. So far, it has garnered several likes and comments and astonished social media users.

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