Jun 12, 2022
Boy with Terminal Cancer Becomes Honorary Officer Thanks to Texas Agencies
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A ten-year-old cancer patient became an honorary police officer thanks to multiple law enforcement agencies who recently gathered in Mercedes, Texas.
Devarjaye “DJ” Daniel has been fighting terminal brain and spinal cancer, but he has always had a dream to be a policeman, KRGV reported Thursday.
Officers with agencies from Hidalgo, Cameron, and Willacy counties swore the young man in on Wednesday at the Livestock Show Arena.Photos showed the boy with officers as he made his way to Mercedes for the big event.
“On my way to Mercedes Tx down by Texas Border for another wonderful swearing in ceremony Chief Hidalgo I’m on my way!!!” Devarjaye wrote.
Social media users congratulated him and wished him safe travels on the journey.
“This is what he wants, he wanted to be a police officer,” explained Theodis Daniel, his father. “He may not be able to get a chance to do it, but they are making it happen.”
An infographic showed Devarjaye raising his right hand and inviting people to attend the special event in Mercedes:
In April, the little boy was also sworn in by the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and enjoyed every minute of his visit with the force.
Newly appointed honorary NYPD Officer DJ was sworn in yesterday and took a trip around NYC to check out the specialized units within the department.
Watch more as @KatieLusso reports on DJs special visit. pic.twitter.com/uD9JzSMC3p
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) April 21, 2022
“Help and have them live their best life to the end, to the end. Don’t give them a constant reminder. That’s what I do for him, you see he laughs, he jokes. He wants everybody to know ‘Hey, I love you so much, give me a hug,’” his father said at the time.
The San Juan Police Department shared photos Wednesday of the ceremony for Devarjaye.
The boy initially wanted to be sworn in by 100 agencies, but according to his dad, over 500 responded to the special request.
“This is actually the most agencies that have sworn him in,” Daniel explained. “In any place that we’ve been so far. The Rio Grande Valley’s heart is not this big, the Valley’s heart is like this big.”
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I bought an outfit online but “small-size” clothes that turned up were too tight at the top and too big at the bottom
TALK about a dissatisfied shopper - what one fashionista ordered could not have been more different than what she got when her package arrived.
TikTokker Maddiejosephinee was irate when the top and pants she ordered online ended up being too tight at the top, and too big on the bottom.5Maddiejosephinee was so upset after ordering what she thought would be a figure-hugging outfit to wear on a trip to Paris, France that she posted the fashion faux pas she received in the mail on TikTokCredit: TikTok/maddiejosephinee 5While the top was too tight to fasten at the back, the pants were saggy and so baggy the fashionista was floating in themCredit: TikTok/maddiejosephinee 5This is how the satin trousers and top from House of CB was advertised as far as size and fitCredit: house of cb
The sense of frustration was apparent in the TikTok video the fashion and style pro posted.
She characterized the purchase as award-winning for "the biggest online shopping fail."
And her mistake didn't come cheap - she said she shelled out $270 for the egregious outfit error. Both the top and the pants costing $135 each full price.
She said she bought a size "small" for both the bottom and the top - consistent with the size she typically ends up wearing.More fashion finds and tipsTRUE BEAUTY I’m a fashion pro - I did a Victoria’s Secret haul, the pieces were stunningLOOK FOR LESS I’m a style pro - I recreated Hailey Bieber’s look on a budget for just $203
She showcased the less that figure flattering fashion faux pas - highlighting that the top could not even fasten in the back it was so tight.
"I can't even zip it up like even an inch," she lamented.
She then turned to the pants, which she was floating in. She was so distraught at how big they were that she asked rhetorically in her post: "have you seen anything worse?"
In another video that drew more than 20,000 views she said she bought the outfit to look chic on an upcoming trip she had planned to Paris, France.
She showed what the outfit was supposed to look like on, and what the sad reality was - a huge flop when it came to sizing.
One follower knew exactly her pain. "OMG sis I got a medium from them recently (which I’ve always fit into from their clothing) I didn’t even try to zip it."
Another said: "I hope the return is free. I ordered a workout set ($140) and the size was off. They told me I have to rerun it to their China warehouse."
The questionable garb was purchased from House of CB - a women's fashion retailer founded in 2010, known for its figure-hugging clothing.
While headquartered in the UK, it is has outlets in the United States and Australia.
Her subsequent post with the show and tell received more than 5,000 comments.
Nearly all struck a sympathetic tone.
One said: "FROM THE SAME COMPANY???? A SET??? yikes."
Another commented: "I would totally complain."
The online site posted several images of what the outfit should look like on, along with a detailed description and sizing details tied to the outfit.Read More on The US Sun'SHOOK TO OUR CORE' Security stepped up at Salman Rushdie stabbing siteLOOK THIS WAY You have the eyes of an eagle if you can see straight lines in illusion
Thankfully the site did explain its return policy. "For full priced items we offer a full refund or free exchange if the item is unsuitable."
The Sun reached out to House of CB for comment, but have not yet heard back.5The "small" sized top was way too tight to do up in the back, while she floated in the same-sized pantsCredit: TikTok/maddiejosephinee 5The exact same outfit online looked fitted and svelte on the modelCredit: house of cb