Cincinnati Bengal Pays Homeless Man $100 for Unsolicited Favor

Cincinnati Bengal Tight End Jermaine Gresham pays big tip to homeless man for feeding his meter.

It’s always nice when good things happen to you when you’re not expecting it.  Someone may shoot you a smile and say “Good morning” as you pass them on the street or even compliment you. Those things sound small, but nowadays, minimal social graces are becoming hot commodities.  But one man took it a step further.

Jermaine Gresham, a tight end for the Cincinnati Bengals, was shown a courtesy that many don’t enjoy ever.  A homeless man paid his meter while he was away and helped him avoid a $55 ticket, according to NBC Sports.

Gresham took to Twitter saying:

Wow! What a difference a couple quarters make.  Maybe after word of this spreads like wildfire, more folks on the street will feed your meter.  Remember to give a great tip though.

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-J.C. Brooks

2 thoughts on “Cincinnati Bengal Pays Homeless Man $100 for Unsolicited Favor”

  1. Virtually all of what you mention is astonishingly accurate and it makes me wonder why I hadn’t looked at this with this light previously. Your piece really did turn the light on for me as far as this specific issue goes.

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