Aussies flock to man’s home after he drew a ‘hug here’ sign on pavement in Surry Hills, Sydney

Pedestrians have been randomly embracing each other after a resident chalked ‘hug here’ on a path outside his home.

Social media footage of passersby stopping to hug on the spot in a street in Surry Hills, Sydney has gone viral, attracting 1.2 million views so far. 

The man who created the heartwarming street scene, Paul Grech, told Daily Mail Australia the video is one of two that have gone viral globally, attracting a slew of kind comments. 

The 'hug here' spot, chalked out by Mr Grech, drew thousands of social media comments as members of the public stopped in their tracks to embrace - throughout the day and night

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