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tip.jpgThey say some of the best deeds are done anonymously.  Courtney English is a pregnant, twenty-three year-old waitress who worked at the Lamp Post Diner in Clementon, NJ, when she met a Voorhees Township police officer, who just stopped in for a salad and a glass of water. The cop told the diner owner that he was a new dad, so when he overheard Courtney gushing about having her baby, he saw the opportunity to perform a random act of kindness.  One of the other waitresses told Courtney the cop left her a big tip.  When Courtney went to the table, she discovered that the cop had written in a tip of $100 on his $8.75 bill.  He also wrote a note saying, “Enjoy your first. You will never forget it.”  Courtney told her dad Brian what happened, who then shared the receipt on Facebook in order to spread some good news about the police, and it went viral.