- A heart-warming photo has received thousands of reactions on Mzansi social media
- The image shows a beautiful female police officer giving food to a madala
- South Africans were inspired by the photo and they lauded the cop for her act of kindness online
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Police officers are often painted in bad light but the truth is there are many who take their vow to serve and protect the people of South Africa seriously.
One female cop was photographed giving food to a 'hungry' man and the image was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook group by social media user Noma Loliwe.
The lady did not reveal where or when the photo was taken, nor did she disclose the identity of the kind police officer.
Loliwe simply captioned the post:
"Sometimes a small anyana lunch means a while lot to an empty stomach! Salute."
Take a look at the post below:
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South Africans were inspired by the female cop's act of kindness and they saluted her in the comment section. And her beauty did not go unnoticed as well.
Rodney Xolile Nombekana commented:
"This is a powerful image. So much respect."
Malebo Segwagwa wrote:
"The uniform suits her smart, she is beautiful. Well done salute woman in blue."
Mojalefa Ramokopu added:
"What an honourable gesture, going beyond your call of duty. Salute."
Stanley Stamiri said:
"'Blessed is the hand that giveth from the one that taketh' - so they say! Salute to this young police lady with a big heart and to also those who are like her too!"
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported three police officers from SAPS Bethelsdorp Crime Prevention Unit were hailed heroes after they helped a young mother deliver her baby.
The police officers went above and beyond the call of duty to help the young mom get the medical attention she and her newborn baby deserved and it warmed the hearts of South Africans.
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