Leroy Solis Jr. was a dedicated student who went to all classes and never had inconveniences at school. Following 12 years of learning, the tireless boy was prepared to graduate from MacArthur High School. In any case, as the student was lined up with his colleagues, he was pulled by his arm and advised he wouldn’t be permitted to take part at the ceremony. Leroy immediately knew why such a repulsive thing happened.

A little while before the occasion, the principal sent a letter to parents saying every single youthful men need to wear dress slacks, a dress shirt, and a tie to the ceremony. He included that defying this rule will lead to excluding from the ceremony.

Leroy knew about that rule, yet he would not like to ask his dad, who is a single parent, to get him slacks and a tie. He knew their family can’t bear the cost of it. He was trusting the school would comprehend him and demonstrate some empathy. Lamentably, it didn’t occur.

At the point when Leroy was told he should leave the stage, he was devastated and humiliated. He couldn’t do anything so he simply made a beeline for his care. At that point he saw something that appeared like a God’s gift. He saw a total stranger about his size wearing dress slacks. The graduate just went to the man and explained him the circumstance. With no delays, the outsider swapped his garments with Leroy.