Police Officers Wash Blind Homeless Man’s Feet— And Do More (LOOK)

Police Officers Wash Blind Homeless Man’s Feet— And Do More (LOOK)

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A photo of a Texas police officer washing a homeless man’s feet proves you can always find someone “putting their best foot forward”.

Sgt. Stephen Wick and Officer Colin Mansfield knew right away the man identified only as Quintius needed help. Homeless, elderly, and blind, the man wasn’t taking care of his health while living on the street—and the cops are working to change that.

The officers, both with the Houston Police Department’s Homeless Outreach program, bought new clothes and shoes for Quintus. But as they were dressing him, they realized his feet were filthy and toenails so long they cut into his own feet.

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Sgt. Wick wasted no time washing Quintus’ feet and giving him a pedicure. The officers are also working to find permanent care for Quintus.

“It didn’t have some deep meaning, but it made me feel good to be able to help Quintus,” he told Inside Edition. “Help your neighbor if you can. Get out there and help folks.”

(WATCH the video below from Inside Edition)

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