At one point, officers appear to handcuff the man as Washington stands with him - and afterward the actor even tries to put what looks like a bottle of orange juice in his pocket. "This man was arrested safely".
A week ago, the U.S. celebrity portal "TMZ" published a clip of Washington and the homeless, which shows, among other things, how the apparently confused man, the police and Washington interact non-violently.
"Denzel drove by, saw the individual on the road and was anxious about his safety", the police sergeant says in the footage.
"We intervened, spoke with the individual, and determined that he did not want to harm himself or others, and he was on his way, and Denzel left", the officer continues in the explanatory video.
He further said "Denzel provided him a mask to protect himself from the environment and that was good". "I can't help but wonder though what would've happened had Denzel not been there to help, or if he wasn't famous".
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While the representative of Washington has still not spoken on this event, the actor's good act has trended his name on Twitter.
Protests against police violence broke out around the country this week, following the death of 46-year-old George Floyd, who died May 25 in police custody after a white police officer knelt on his neck for more than seven minutes on a Minneapolis street.
As of Friday morning, the video had 3.7 million views.
This is not the first time the actor has been praised for quietly helping someone.
Denzel Washington starring the upcoming movie "The little things" is expected to outline 2021. "What he did for that homeless man just reinforced that".
Again, there was some outrage in the media and talks that this would cause division amongst coaches, executives and ownership. However, the officer didn't listen and refused to let him go until he was unresponsive.
The incident has sparked nationwide protests in the US , and demonstrations are now spreading across the globe. The U.K. has felt the brunt of coronavirus in Europe, with a staggering death toll of 38,376.
The Chinese embassy in Washington yesterday put out a brief statement on the website saying that Hong Kong is an internal matter. Beijing's communists and Hong Kong's communists say the legislation poses no threat to the city's autonomy.
Overnight stays will be banned for tourists in Copenhagen, but they will be able to visit the city for day trips. Frederiksen also said that Denmark was planning on opening up to tourists from other countries later this year.
Behnken and Hurley are slated to dock with the orbiting lab and meet with the Expedition 63 crew members already in residence. While Sergey Krikalev, Roscosmos executive director for crewed space programmes, congratulated U.S. for the launch.
NASA has had to pay Russian Federation for its Soyuz rockets to take USA astronauts to space ever since the shuttle program ended. The operational Crew Dragon spacecraft will be capable of staying in orbit for at least 210 days as a NASA requirement .
Currently, Hong Kong is a global financial center, and enjoys special treatment in worldwide trade with the United States. President Donald Trump has announced what he said are "significant actions" regarding USA relations with Hong Kong .
The governor has previously called Floyd's death "horrific" and the "consequence of poor police work". A viral video showed an officer with his knee on Floyd's neck while he said he couldn't breathe.
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