Left the house this morning and came up towards the main road near my house and there was a guy pushing a bike along the side of the road. Stopped and checked he was ok in the left turn section and he had run out of fuel and was walking to the servo about 1km down the road. I offered to go back home and get a can of fuel for him but he said it was ok, but I don't know if he understood properly (helmets make it hard to hear). I said ok and motioned that i better wait for the cars coming up beside me to pass and he must have misunderstood as he walked around and hopped on the back of my bike. I figured fair enough so I took him down to the servo and he bought a fuel can and fuel and then took him back to the bike - top box still smells of fuel . Most disturbing was that when stopped at lights he would put his leg down to help balance (he was quite tall). Wasn't expecting it so almost overbalanced the other way the first time. Anyway, my question is, would you stop and help and have you done so before?