Philly police officer helps girls carry their laundry and video goes viral

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It seems that much too often that police officers are popping up on the web in viral video form, being filmed for not so great things. However, that wasn't that case for one Philadelphia police officer.

Bernice Daniels recorded a video Wednesday afternoon that showed police officer Sammy Brinson pull up to 21st and Diamond in North Philadelphia to help two girls out with their laundry. In the Facebook post below, you can see the police officer pull up in his SUV to help the two struggling girls with their overflowing baskets of clothes.

SEEN THIS .. AT 21ST ANDA DIAMOND I HAD TO V IDEO TAPE IT..THE OFFICER HAD A WONFERFUL HEART AND HELPED THESE KIDS...

Posted by Bernice Itsallaboutme Daniels on Wednesday, June 17, 2015


He is seen placing the clothes in the back of his car and driving them a block to the laundromat as the girls walk beside the vehicle. The video instantly went viral and has over 6,000 shares on Facebook.

Daniels spoke to NBC10 and said "that was so nice. Oh my gosh, that was a blessing. That was good deed."

One of the people who shared the video was a Philadelphia police officer who said that "Brinson was doing what he does best — being a genuinely awesome guy."

Want more acts of kindness from Police officers? Watch the video below about how a Detroit cop helps out dogs on his down time!

Detroit Police Office Helps Dogs Off-Duty.

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