Tony said: “It’s not just crime I try and stop, I do a mixture of things to look after my clients.
“I walked into one of my clients’ houses and she was on the floor with a broken hip and could not reach the phone.
“I’ve arrived at houses that were on fire and carried one of my customers out of the building.
“I only noticed the drunk driver because I was coming away from one of my usual customers after cooking him his dinner.
“My job is just to deliver the milk, but I don’t stop at that – I don’t walk away from anything that I know is wrong.”
Tony won the MBE for services to his community after raising £300,000 for charity… and he collected the gong while dressed as a cow.
He added: “My father left me very early so my mum had to work very hard – she taught me to treat others the same way I want to be treated.
“My customers have been through difficult situations like loss, poor health or financial worries, and I just want to help.”
Tony has been a milkman for more than 30 years and has no plans to stop.
“The old-fashioned milkman does it because he really cares about his community,” he added.
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