Guitarist Zoltan Bathory of Five Finger Death Punch Aids Officer

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Merry Christmas, indeed. According to Rockfeed, Guitarist Zoltan Bathory of Five Finger Death Punch noticed an officer kneeling in the dirt next to the vehicle of a stranded motorist. The vehicle had a flat tire.

Bathory stopped to thank the officer for his service and for working to protect and serve on Christmas Eve. He wanted to share his appreciation for all officers who work daily and especially on holidays to keep the streets safe. Bathory even offered to help change the tire.

Bathory later tweeted a photo and a note to the police department saying “@LVMPD, officer kneeling in the dirt changing tire of an old lady, I pulled over to thank him and see if he needed a hand.”

According to the Pulse of Radio and Blabbermouth, Five Finger Death Punch supports law enforcement and the military. They have gone overseas to play concerts for U.S. Troops and support many programs for returning veterans. In addition, they often make it a point to hire veterans for their tour and security teams.