It’s a story to warm the very cockles of your heart.
When Wales manager Chris Coleman was driving around Haverfordwest he spotted an old lady who appeared lost and disorientated. Coleman allowed the lady to get into his car, comforting her as she was clearly distressed.
He drove her around the area to see if she could remember her home, as the pensioner clearly had difficulties mentally. When the lady appeared unable to make progress, Coleman called the police and waited with her until they arrived.
“I noticed the lady at the side of the road – she seemed very disorientated and distressed. I asked if she was okay and she said she was lost,” Coleman told This is South Wales.
“I got her in the car and we drove around a bit to see if she could remember where she lived but she couldn’t. I rang my colleagues and asked if they could contact the police.
“When we met with them she had nice cup of tea and thankfully the police were able to return her home safely.She had already been reported missing, so I’m just happy I was able to help her.”
What a bloody gent.