An unemployed single mum has just been given the opportunity of a lifetime after a chance meeting at a job center.

Jodie Graygoose, aged 30, attending a job at the job center when she was approached by Peter Kelly, CEO of Imployable.

The incredible chance meeting was all filmed by hidden cameras and it was completely random.

Jodie, who lives with her eight-year-old son Riley, sat at the right seat at 10.10am. That time slot has been drawn from a has prior to this.

Jodie, from Plymouth, told Plymouth: "It was half term, and I was ready to go." Well, my child, and I was babysitting too rain, and this guy came over and asked if we could have had a chat. "

'I was in shock. Why would you do that? '

She said, "I did not mind, I was there early anyway." I thought it would be a waste of time while waiting Apparently it was not joke.



Jodie was in the right place at the right time, her share is currently worth £ 32,000 (Image: Erin Black / Plymouth Live)

"He said he wanted to give me something." He told me he was doing his job, he was doing so ,

Why did you do that? I've now met with a couple of times and he's absolutely lovely, looking for a genuine guy.

I'm terrible with numbers, so when he was writing it down I what like, 'Come on, dumb it down for me.'

"When I went to the office to meet the team, we sat down and talked through it." When he told me I was like, 'Oh my God, you must be crazy money. '



Jodie was in the right place at the right time, her share is currently worth £ 32,000 (Image: Erin Black / Plymouth Live)

I'm not happy with it, it's really happening sure? ' And I did not know. We were very skeptical about it.

I'll say it's real, I'll say it's all right, and I'll say it's all over the place 't know who these people are the time but it's nice to know what's going on.'

The gift makes Jodie a shareholder in the company, meaning the 1% share she holds could be up or down in value depending on the company's fortunes.

But Jodie said she was "not ready to give it away" even if she did have the opportunity to cash in.

She said, "I think it could make a lot more and he's doing a very good job."

Jodie is so aware that if she had followed her routine as usual, she would never have received the gift.

She said, "It could've been anyone, I usually sit the other end." Strange, but something drew me there.



Jodie was in the right place at the right time, her share is currently worth £ 32,000 (Image: Erin Black / Plymouth Live)

"I just happen to be the person who sat in that seat." Wow. The Jobcentre was quite busy, it could've been anyone that sat there 'I like it that's me.' "I'm in shock really, it's surreal."

While Jodie is now involved in the company as a shareholder, her day-to-day life has not changed.

Jodie described it as: "I drop to Riley to school, do a bit of housework and some shopping." I volunteer at the minute, which majorly sucks. "I volunteer at a children's center."



Jodie was in the right place at the right time, her share is currently worth £ 32,000 (Image: Erin Black / Plymouth Live)

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On the gift, Peter Kelly said, "It's very rare that you get the opportunity to change someone's life right now." gap between businesses and society.

"I hope that people in the same position as Jodie can be inspired, be open to opportunity and achieve more than their circumstances."

The movie can be seen here.

Peter Kelly's example and are set to gift equity totaling over £ 300,000.