If you’ve ever been to a sports game inside a stadium, you know that sitting in seats deemed the “nosebleeds” can offer the best bird’s-eye view, but they’re also a pain to get to.
While attending the Florida State University football game on Saturday, Britney Howard noticed an act of kindness in the stands that she just had to share online.
The image quickly went viral.
Howard told FOX 13 the heartwarming moment occurred before kickoff on November 13 in Tallahassee.
“This young girl that has difficulty walking was struggling to get up the steps to her seat so he asked her and her mother if they would be okay with him carrying her,” she wrote on Facebook.
Deputy C. Hall, who she did not know, did not hesitate to carry the fan up 30 rows to her seat.
The Leon County Sheriff’s Office also shared Howard’s picture and praised Hall for his actions.
Thank you Deputy Hall for your kindness. We need to see more examples of this every day.