Orlando police officer takes time to help man with job application at Publix

Random act of kindness shared on their Facebook page

ORLANDO, Fla. – An Orlando police officer's random act of kindness is warming hearts on social media.

When Officer Jonathan Mills saw a man struggling to fill out a job application at Publix next to Lake Eola, he took time out of his day to help him out.

"The officer stood with the man for twenty or thirty minutes helping him fill out the application," witness Travis Brant said. "It was a really cool thing to witness, a reminder that there are a lot of really good people in this world." 

Mills has been with the Orlando Police Department since 2012.  He currently works the day shift in the downtown Orlando area.

"Our officers do things like this each and every day," PIO Michelle Guido said. "We love when someone, usually a resident or visitor, send us photos of our officers doing kind things."