Florida Cop Helped Homeless Man Shave for Job Interview
It's nice to see a story come out of Florida that isn't about somebody breaking the law. While this story does involve the police, it's way different than what we're used to seeing.
Officer Tony Carlson with the Tallahassee Police Department saw a homeless man struggling to use an electric shaver outside of a Circle K gas station on Sunday. As it turns out, the homeless guy's name is Phil and he was shaving for a job interview.
The manager of a McDonald's nearby told him that if he shaved and cleaned himself up, they'd give him a job. And Phil was really excited about it. Since he didn't have a mirror, he was having some trouble. Tony offered to help and made sure it looked good.
A passerby saw it happening and posted a video on Facebook. Tony found out it went viral after his wife saw it and called him at work. Of course, Tony is downplaying the whole thing, saying it wasn't a big deal and that cops do stuff like this all the time.
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