The internet is praising a Salt Lake City detective for extending an act of kindness to a less fortunate citizen. While most people in the United States see police officers as being without any sympathy, Detective Overman is being praised for his mercy and compassion.
The police detective was spotted helping a homeless man he found digging through the trash looking for food. A citizen then took a snap of Detective Overman buying lunch for a fellow Utahn who was down on his luck and posted it on Facebook.
Jonathan Allen, who witnessed the heart-warming incident and posted the photo on Facebook, wrote:
“Today I saw this officer buy a hotdog for the man on the right. Prior to the man being at the officer’s side, he was diving into a trash barrel in hopes of finding food. The officer saw him in need and went outside: ‘Hey dude! Let me get you a dog.’ I don’t know the officer’s name, but thanks for extending this friendly act of kindness to less fortunate citizens of Salt Lake City.
What made this moment even more special is the fact that Detective Overman had no idea that someone was watching. It appears that he did what he did because that’s what his heart wanted to do, and not because there were eyes watching him.
The Salt Lake City Police Department then took to Twitter to thank Detective Overman for being a great example to the community:
“We are proud of our officers and the compassionate service they offer our community every day! Thanks, Det. Overman for being a great example and buying a meal for this man!”
Some corrupt and abusive officers have ruined the trust and respect of the people for the authorities. However, Detective Overman is reminding everyone that there are definitely a lot of good cops out there who are willing to help the community and make it a better place for all.
Retired Pianist Performs For Old, Handicapped Elephants
Music can truly soothe the tired soul.
What do you plan to do when it's time to retire? One pianist decided to continue performing to a captive audience. However, his listeners are made up solely of elderly elephants.
Paul Barton has been playing for the elderly animals of Elephants World, a sanctuary in Thailand. The 57-year-old pianist decided to move to Kanchanaburi and volunteered to perform for the old elephants who used to serve as logging and trekking animals.
The animals at Elephants World are sometimes injured and handicapped.
Grade School Teacher’s Lesson About Consent Is Absolutely Perfect
Parents are praising this teacher for her “clear and defined” teaching about consent.
With all the scary reports about children being violated by predators, modern parents have discovered that consent has become a necessary topic to discuss with young ones. But let's face it: abuse is not exactly an easy topic to discuss with children.
Fortunately, one teacher from Los Angeles' Citizens of the World Charter School Silver Lake has shared how she has explained the subject to her young students. Liz Kleinrock eloquently taught the definition and importance of consent to her third grade students.
According to Liz Kleinrock, the controversial topic has encouraged her to discuss it among her pupils.
Motorcyclist Saves Man’s Phone From Car Roof
Faith in humanity restored!
Have you ever put something down and completely forgot about it a second later? One man left his phone on the roof of his car and drove off into traffic. Luckily, a motorcyclist spotted the device and immediately returned it to the driver.
The video was taken by the biker's GoPro. It shows the motorcyclist weaving between lanes to get in front of the cars stopping for a red light. However, he spots the phone on the roof of one car. He quickly alerts the driver and hands him the phone.
"Oh my Lord!"