A commuter on a New York City subway literally gave a homeless man the shirt off his back.
The good Samaritan, known only as “Jay,” saw the shirtless man on a subway car shivering from the cold when the temperatures were below freezing outside.
Jay took off his own t-shirt and dressed the man, then returned with a knit cap, before asking him if he needed to go to the hospital.
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“Beautiful moment in the NYC subway,” Läzaro El Feo wrote on his Facebook page after posting a video that he recorded of the kind gesture.
A passenger in the New York City subway gave his own shirt and hat to a shirtless shivering homeless man. This beautiful display of compassion was caught on video, and it’s moved the hearts of millions of people across the globe. Weeks later it was discovered that his name is Joey Resto, and he was publicly recognized by the governor of New York for being a Good Samaritan.