Cops approach teen in middle of night. Then he says he’s walking “5 hours home from work”

It’s safe to say most of us don’t like waking up early in the morning to go to work. Let’s admit it; we complain about it all the time. Still, if we wouldn’t have to wake up in the morning to go to work, maybe we also wouldn’t have money to pay our rent or utilities, maybe we wouldn’t be able to pay for food.
Sure, having a steady job does involve some sacrifices, but perhaps we shouldn’t complain about it as much. The young man in the video below is happy to just have a job, even if it requires him to walk for about 5 hours to and from work.
It’s what he did pretty much every day until a police officer stopped him on the street as he was heading home and asked him what he was doing wandering the streets so late at night.
The police officer was corporal Kirk Keffer, with the Benicia Police Department. She pulled up behind him and asked him to come closer
“It’s dark; there’s no sidewalks,” said the policer officer. The she asked him where he was walking to, and when he told her he was heading home, she offered to give him a ride.
That ride ended up changing everything for him. Take a look:

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