- A fast food employee has become internet sensation after he showed an act of kindness
- The fast food employee was seen feeding a disabled man who was unable to feed himself
- It was gathered that the Good Samaritan is an employee at a food court in Brazil
NAIJ.com has come across a video of a man who went viral after he showed an act of kindness. The man who is a fast food employee was seen feeding a disabled person who was unable to do so himself.
The fast food employee who works at a mall food square reportedly spotted the disabled man trying to eat with difficulty. It was gathered that the employee decided to feed the man after he noticed he was having difficulty.
According to Facebook user Laurinha Victoria, the Good Samaritan was unaware that she was filming the scene.
Victoria revealed that the incident brought tears to her eyes and she told the employee that what he did was beautiful. The lady who stated that the incident happened in Brazil, shared her story on Facebook in Portuguese.
She also revealed that the man had disability in his arms and leg. Read what she wrote below:
"Today I was overwhelmed by emotion with tears in my eyes, when I saw this scene in the food court of North shopping ...The young man with a disability in his leg and arms had already asked me to feed him his food when he asked for it. When I got up, this employee was already leading him to the table ...
The employee of the Giraffas restaurant, then fed the customer. This is true charity, beautiful thing. I came to him and said, what a beautiful gesture you are having .. God bless you."
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