Last week tons of people gathered in Houston, Texas, in order to celebrate the Houston Astros’ first World Series championship ever. And while people should have been there to cheer and root for players like Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa, Justin Verlander, George Springer and other Astros that helped bring a trophy to Houston, it seems like fans were more interested in a lost hat.
Twitter user Josh Pherigo was able to film the thrilling video below that pretty much kicks off when someone drops their hat from one of the upper levels of a parking garage. But not to fear, because people worked together in order to get that person their hat back.
Take a look at the video below.
Watching people return this dropped hat at the parade today was unreasonably thrilling pic.twitter.com/1ghfUJsItw— Josh Pherigo (@JoshPherigo) November 3, 2017
Watching people return this dropped hat at the parade today was unreasonably thrilling pic.twitter.com/1ghfUJsItw
— Josh Pherigo (@JoshPherigo) November 3, 2017
And here’s much better look:
Now that’s how you work together. It’s nice to see people come together to help each other out, even if it is as silly as returning someone’s loss hat. Hell, at this point we will take any bit of good news at all.