When a NJ Police Officer left a generous tip and a touching note for a pregnant waitress, her dad responded in a very heartwarming way!
Courtney English is pregnant with a baby girl and works as a waitress in a diner in Gloucester Township, New Jersey. It was during one of her regular work days when a New Jersey police officer came by and made a huge impact on Courtney’s life.
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The police officer came to grab some lunch and left after paying his bill. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary about this man; however, when they checked his bill, Courtney was overwhelmed with his kindness! He left a $100 tip for Courtney on top of his $8.75 bill and left a touching note for the mother-to-be.
“Enjoy your first. You will never forget it,” he wrote on his note for Courtney.
Courtney was overwhelmed and so was her father when he heard about the news. As a grateful father, he took to Facebook to honor and thank the police officer.
“Yesterday she was working the lunch shift when a Voorhees police officer came in,” Brian Cadigan wrote. “He was pleasant and had his lunch by himself and asked for the check. My daughter gave him his check and moved on to wait for other tables. The officer went to the cashier and paid his bill and left a note on the bill for my daughter. This officer, who I am sure works his butt off for his paycheck, left her a $100 tip on a $9.00 ticket and the note simply said, ‘Enjoy your first, you will never forget it.'”
Not only did he thank that police officer, but he also honored all police officers. In his post, he even talked about the kind of things policemen do for their community. He then ended by praising the kind-hearted police officer and declaring God’s blessing to him.
“What a wonderful person to not only leave a very generous tip but a lovely message. I don’t know you, Mr. Police Officer, but you made my little girl cry and made her year. Thank you. I always had the utmost respect for officers, but you went above and beyond. Not just an officer, but a beautiful human being. God Bless.”