- A young man recently headed online to thank the kind cops who helped his mom after she was having car trouble
- In the heartwarming post, he explains that his mom was having a problem with her tyre when the cops stepped up to help her fix it
- Mzansi loved the feel-good post and shared man heartfelt thoughts in the comment section
A young man, Phillip Jones recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a touching post about a few South African police officers who stepped up and helped his mom who was having car trouble.
"A big thank you to these two officers who kindly pulled over to assist my mom who was towing a trailer all the way from Lydenburg to Johannesburg to have the wheel nuts loosen on the one wheel.
"They kindly jacked up the trailer as only one wheel nut was left and found another one that had fallen out. Taking one out of the right wheel so my mother could at least drive to Middleburg to have new wheel nuts fitted. Random acts of kindness in South Africa is what we all need," he wrote in the sweet post.
Impressed locals had this to say:
Maki Mofokeng-Maduna said:
"The world would be a better place if all people were thinking and doing things like sergeant Masango and his colleague."
Matemotsamolifi Rakgomo said:
"Thank you for sharing good news, God bless you and the officers in the Mighty Name of Jesus Christ"
Monki Thibedi said:
"True servanthood. God bless them"
Jacqui Kaplan Lipschitz said:
"That's called saving the world, one person at a time."
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, members of the Metro Police service have been applauded for their success against criminals who were in possession of stolen cable in a video posted on Twitter by @AdvoBarryRoux.
The video clip that has attracted the interest of social media users, two Metro officers are seen in a video grappling with a group but they eventually managed to win the fight. With a number of passers-by seen observing the incident on what seems to be a busy road, the law enforcers were not baffled as they focused on the task at hand.
Although one of the group members showed resilience to the police, he was conquered in the end as one officer used what looks like a taser.
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