A New Jersey policeman left a poignant note for a waitress ̵
Brian Kadigan of Seville, New Jersey, shared a sweet story on Facebook at the weekend by publishing a photo of the officer's receipt and praising him for his generous act.
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"You always hear about how bad the police are, how they treat you like dirt, how they are on a power journey," Kaydigan began. "Yes, I'm sure there are some bad apples, but most of them just do their job, they deal with the worst society every day and they have to keep coming back [every day] and coping with it again. " Subsequently, Kadigan praised the police as a whole about the things they do that "most people will never know about it," before sharing the story of his daughter's meeting with the officer who entered the lamp at Gloucester Township. in Friday. "My daughter is a waitress at a local dinner, she's also 7 months pregnant, and she's still working to save as much money as she can," says Kadigan, explaining that the young woman is present at the lonely friend who came alone for lunch.
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When he finished, Kadigan said the officer had signed the check and "left a $ 100 handpiece on a $ 9.00 ticket and the note just said : "Enjoy the first, you will do it Never forget it.
"What a wonderful person not only leaves a very generous counsel but also a wonderful message," he writes. "I do not know you [Mr.] A police officer, but you made my girl cry and make her a year." Thank you, I always had the greatest respect for the officers, but you went up and beyond an officer, but a handsome man.
Since then, Kadigan has confirmed to Fox News that the officer who left the top would like to remain anonymous.
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and they're always throwing in bad light, sometimes justified, "he told Fox News. "I'm just glad people see that they are really living human beings behind the badge and strive to do good."