Normally when you hear about police officers being filmed, it involves an excitable citizen filming police officers daring to have a quick bite to eat or it involves filming parked police cars whilst their crews grab a quick coffee.
When this video was shared with us this morning via the Emergency Services Humour inbox, then we assumed that we would once again be exposed to images of police officers doing things which the human body demands for its survival; i.e. eating and drinking.
But thankfully, in this video we see two police officers helping a lady down the street who then also apparently went on to help the lady with her shopping.
The person who brought our attention to this post said:
“With all the negative attention police get think people forget there’s a human behind the uniform, these officers shows there is”
It’s great to see gestures such as this and we will always happily share them.
It’s part of our mission to undo the work done by some sections of the mainstream media who have made it their mission to undermine the work of police forces up-and-down the country.
So please feel free to share this article with as many people as possible – just to help highlight the fact that police officers are human too.
Iffy Harris, the person who posted the video said:
“No this lady with bright orange hair isn’t being arrested but is being helped by these two lovely officers in the centre of Newport.
“Well done to the officers, they even stopped off and did her shopping. #kind #gooddeed #gentlegiant”
Written by one of the many admins of Emergency Services Humour who is also a regular blogger in our fortnightly eMagazine ’S__ts & Giggles’ which you can sign up to by visiting our Facebook page and clicking on the ‘sign up’ button or by visiting: ShitsAndGiggles.Online
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