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Hugh Jackman Sends Pizza To New York Police Officers During The Coronavirus Crisis

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Hugh Jackman pulled off a great move for police officers in New York during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

The Australian-born actor sent pizzas to the 10th precinct of the New York Police Department and left a note that read, “Thank you to the heroes 010 Chelsea’s NYPD, from the Jackmans.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

I know sending pizza might seem like a small gesture in the grand scheme of things, but I can guarantee you the cops who received the food appreciated Jackman’s gesture during these tough times.

Right now, the police and medical workers are on the frontlines of the war against coronavirus, and they need all the help they can get.

 

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On top of needing help, the people on the frontlines need anything they can find to help raise their spirits. I think we can all agree pizza is a go-to food when you need to smile.

First, we had Kendra Lust supplying a hospital in Michigan with pizza, and now we have Jackman doing the same for the brave police in New York.

If we all pitch in and help each other, then we’re going to get through the war against coronavirus a lot sooner than if we don’t.

I’m happy to be in the fight with all of you, and I’m happy to see people with huge platforms helping out.

Props to Jackman for sending some pizzas to the brave men and women in uniform!