You’ll grin a lot as you remember this lovely and humorous occurrence.
Karine Gombeau, a Frenchwoman, was strolling through New York City’s streets one day.
She suddenly noticed a man who was moving beside the trash cans. She assumed he had an elderly guy who was homeless and frequented the location in quest of food.
She handed the bag to him after quickly running to the closest grocery store to get a pizza.
She didn’t understand that the “homeless man” was Richard Gere until she read the daily newspaper the next morning.
She mocked herself for thinking the famous star was a beggar.
Given that there were far more beggars here than in France, Karine admitted, it was this man in particular who most impressed her.
She chose to assist him without giving it any thought.
Karine struggled to comprehend what the men were saying because she didn’t speak English very well.
She merely handed them the box and bade them good day before leaving.
It came out, though, that the actors were filming on the street without anticipating such a reaction.
The woman’s gesture really pleased the group.
Also, they were constantly being pursued by photographers, who took countless pictures that were published in newspapers.
As Gere explained to Karine, it was just for filming, and he didn’t like changing during the break.