In the wake of the explosion that injured 29 people in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood in NY Saturday, the NYPD has been on high alert and working hard to ensure the safety of the people in the city, and their efforts haven’t gone unnoticed.
In a remarkable moment caught on film, a black man decided to show his appreciation by bringing coffee and pastries from a local Starbucks to some NYPD officers guarding the scene of the bombing.
The man, who said his name is Jermaine, dropped off the coffee and pastries to say thanks for the work everyone was doing in the neighborhood.
“I just wanted to bring you guys some coffees and pastries,” he says, handing over the coffee as well as two large bags filled with snacks.
“Thank you very much, thank you so much man,” one officer said.
“I wish I could have brought a little more. But there is cups and sugar in there and some pastries y’all can share,” Jermaine said as he was leaving.
Watch the touching video below:
Compassion goes a long way. Please pass it on!