The Massachusetts State Trooper who gained accidental fame for an act of kindness last month was paid back in kind on Friday when a Hudson kindergarten class invited him to lunch. Trooper Luke Bonin was leaving court in May when he spotted a panhandler on the side of the road in Fall River. Bonin went to a nearby restaurant and returned with lunch, after which the two shared a meal. The good deed may have gone unnoticed if not for a passerby who was touched by the scene and posted a photo on Facebook. From that point, the photo began being shared and the story was picked up by news sites throughout the country. One month later, it was Bonin's turn to have lunch bought for him. "Well, after Mrs. Mullen's Kindergarten class at Farley Elementary School in Hudson saw Trooper Bonin's kindness, one of the kindergarteners, yes that's right, one of the students, thought it would be a great idea to pay it forward and invite Trooper Bonin to lunch at the school," a post on the State Police Facebook page states. The class first made a banner to thank Bonin, which Mullen shipped to the Dartmouth Barracks at which he works. Afterwards, Mullen extended the invitation for Bonin to speak to the class and to have lunch at the school. "When Trooper Bonin arrived, he was welcomed with open arms and began with reading the class a book," the post states. "He also brought with him a globe and asked each student to put a fingerprint on the globe, while he talked to them about 'leaving a positive mark on the world' as they grow older, to do nice things for people and it will come back around to them, as good things will happen to them." The real reward though may have been for the students who, after lunch, had a chance to check out Trooper Bonin's cruiser, play with the lights and talk over the PA system. "Trooper Bonin was the star in Hudson today! However, he appreciated being invited and the chance to spend time with the class more than the children enjoyed having him," the post states. "Thank you again to Mrs. Mullen's kindergarten class."