In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a homeless man in San Francisco sees a police officer in trouble and jumps in to help.
Ryan Raso, 35, was just crossing the street when he saw a female police officer trying to subdue a much larger woman who was vandalizing cars.
The police officer was clearly losing the fight, and although a small crowd of people had built up to watch, nobody was doing anything to help.
Raso took action as the suspect was going for the cop's gun and wrestled the larger lady to the ground.
The hero says, "An officer was being beaten up, a human, so I did what was right."
Perhaps it runs in the family, Raso's dad was reportedly a former New York City detective.
If you'd like to help Raso, contributions can be directed to the San Francisco Police Department, care of Sargent Eli Turner.