Cop Dresses Up As Captain America To Put Smiles On Children’s Faces

Cop Dresses Up As Captain America To Put Smiles On Children’s Faces

  • Not only is Chris making the world safer as a police officer, but he also loves making children smile.
  • So he regularly visits a local hospital while wearing a Captain America costume to entertain the kids.
  • His community appreciated his acts of kindness and a car painter even decided to give his truck a Captain America makeover free of charge!

As a police officer, Christopher Douglas is committed to making the world a little safer. But more than that, he also wanted to put smiles on the faces of the children at a local hospital, so he visits them regularly wearing a Captain America costume.

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The officer from Midlothian, Texas, has become quite famous in his community and people have started calling him Captain America. He likes that very much that he even decided to have his truck repainted with a Captain America design.

So he went to Jekyll and Hyde’s Custom Car Wrap and talked with Nick Daryanani about his idea. Nick, who is locally well known for his excellent works, was excited to do Christopher’s Chevy Silverado not only because he loves what he does, but also because its owner is their local Captain America!

“The real hero in him is going out and changing those kids’ lives,” Nick said.

Nick started his job right away and as soon as it was done, Christopher was completely stunned by how amazing it turned out — he even shed happy tears!

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But what’s more thrilling is that Nick did it free of charge!

“Now when he goes back out there and he’s got the truck and he’s in the outfit, I’m sure a bunch of kids will have smiles on their faces when they see it,” Nick said. “That means more to us than anything else.”

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Christopher realized how immense is his community’s love and support for him. He plans to continue doing his small acts of kindness and hopes that it inspires people to do something positive for their communities as well.

Source: Inspire More


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