Security Guard At Waffle House Notices Sobbing Man With Boy, Puts Them In His Car And Drives Off – Video

LaMont Hammond, 37, recently became home-less. But it’s his 8-year-old son whom he cares about more than anything in the world. When LaMont realized he didn’t have enough money for a hotel room, he became riddled with the thought of his little boy having to sleep on the streets of Atlanta, Georgia. Not knowing what to do, LaMont brought his son to a nearby Waffle House to plan his next move.

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Amen Webster, the restaurant’s security guard, was working at the Waffle House when he saw the father and son. Amen instantly noticed the little boy trying to keep up with the cold and the pa-n on the father’s face. Amen sensed LaMont something was not alright. So, he quietly approached their table, sat down, and asked if they were okay.

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LaMont admitted that he wanted to melt down, but he wanted to stay strong for his son. He told Amen what the matter was. That’s when the security guard told his boss he needed to take a quick break — and proceeded to do something so incredible.

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Amen didn’t just give Lamont and his son Monty money, he went above and beyond, he took them to his very own house to give them somewhere warm and safe to stay. His story went viral, and people appreciated him for the kind thing he did and for a stranger!

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