A man who earned the title 'RescueBae' for his dedicated Hurricane Harvey work has picked up a slew of not-so-secret admirers on social media.
A viral photo showing 31-year-old Raz Halili on his boat saving several stranded flood victims in the Houston area, immediately appealed to people on the internet who grew curious to know more about the caring cutie.
One Texas resident, who goes by the name Ariel Marie on Facebook, initially shared the viral picture of Halili in a quest to track him down on social media.
She wrote to her Facebook page last week: 'This just made my day better. Lookahere Mr. Chase, (I don't even know if that's ya real name) I'm gon find you!!! Oh yes I am!!! You don't even know how much ya selfie just blessed me.
When Texas' Bay Area was under water after Hurricane Harvey, thousands of Texans banded together to help each other get to safety, including Raz Halili (right) and his cousin Gezim
Halili, 31, rescued people in Port Arthur after Harvey flooded a large part of southeast Texas with up to 50 inches of rain
The Texas-born Halili said he and his cousin worked day to night to help in hurricane relief work
The cousins picked stranded residents up using their boats and jet skis
'I'm in love with you MAN!!!! Whichyo alligator-taming, snake-eating, bayou-riding self!!! #CajunNavy #BayouBoys #PleaseRescueMeAgain #IfIrmaComeToTexasImCominToYou #HotWhiteChocolate.'
Halili told the Daily Mail he believed the 'kind girl' saw the goodness in what he was doing and said she tried to made light of the matter using humorous hashtags, which could have 'sparked' the craziness.
The Texas-born Halili, said he and his cousin, Gezim, set out to assist with water rescues at the time by using refrigerated trucks from their job as well as their boats and jet skis.
The pair worked long hours during the day and into the night in order to help Houston in any way possible.
Halili said it 'was beautiful