A Secret Service officer was caught on camera Monday going above the line of duty — giving a helping hand to a homeless man on the streets of Washington, D.C.
The photos, captured by Fox 5 DC photographer Van Applegate, show the unidentified officer, who was patrolling on a bike, offering a hot meal to a homeless man sleeping on the steps outside St. John’s Episcopal Church late Monday night.
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Applegate tweeted the photos Monday, which he said were taken around the corner from the White House.
“Secret Service bike officer drops [off] hot meal to homeless man sleeping outside St. John’s Church,” Applegate wrote. “Day made.”
President Trump attended a service at St. John’s Sunday morning, on the National Day of Prayer for victims of Hurricane Harvey.
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(photo credit, article images: Van Applegate/Fox 5)