NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A homeless man in Manhattan is getting a big break thanks to some generous police officers.
Wilfredo Falman Jr. got a free trip to the barber’s chair, courtesy of two officers from the 10th Precinct.READ MORE: After More Than A Year, The Show Must Go On: More Broadway Shows Announce Plans To Resume Performances
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Hiring? Meet Wilfredo!#Neighborhoodpolicing Officers Baez & Roman met Wilfredo after responding to a complaint of homelessness. Through compassion they made a connection with him, got him a haircut & bought him a suit to help him land a job.@NYDailyNews @nypost @NYPDnews @NY1 pic.twitter.com/EbHatxtopB
— NYPD 10th Precinct (@NYPD10Pct) November 3, 2019
Officers Ricardo Roman and Samuel Baez spent $200 to get Falman a haircut, glasses, and a suit.
The pair developed a relationship with the homeless New Yorker after he was bitten by a dog in Chelsea.MORE NEWS: Immigrants Tell Harrowing Tales Of Crossing U.S. Southern Border Before Relocating In Tri-State Area
He’s using the makeover to help with job interviews.