McDonald's Employee Praised For Helping Disabled Man Eat His Meal
McDonald's Employee Praised For Helping Disabled Man Eat His Meal

McDonald’s Employee Praised For Helping Disabled Man ‘Eat His Meal’

A McDonald’s employee in Chicago is being praised after he left his till during rush hour to help feed a disabled man.

The worker named Kenny was working at a Chicago McDonald’s restaurant when a man in a wheelchair approached him at the register after receiving his food and asked “please help me”.

Destiny Carrero was inside the restaurant and captured the moment with a photo last Thursday.

“Seeing this today brought tears to my eyes! Compassion has NOT gone out of style,” she captioned the photo on Facebook.

“Today I made a quick stop at McDonald’s after work. As I waited in line to order, an elderly handicapped gentleman wheeled himself over to the cashier in front of me.

“From what I perceived, the gentleman may have had a case of quadriplegia, the same medical condition my uncle has.

“The man politely tried to ask the cashier something and it took him a few tries before either of us could understand he was saying ‘Help me please’.”

Carrero said she honestly thought the cashier was not going to help, especially since it was during rush hour.

“I had to stick around and see how this would play out,” she wrote.

“The cashier came out from the kitchen, sat down, and began cutting the man’s meal and helped him eat. At that point, the tears started to gather in my eyes.

“This employee, who put everything on hold for this man, went above and beyond his responsibilities to help this handicapped customer out. That was the kindest and most humble thing I had ever seen.”


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    1. Michael D Poole

      I so appreciate stories like this. This man did what should be expected of all of us,…. a simple act of kindness.

    2. I’m wondering why Destiny didn’t step up and help him herself instead of sticking around “to see how this would play out” and wait for a photo op. Given the fact that she says that her uncle is in a similar situation you’d think she’d have stepped in to assist right away. Kudos to the McDonald’s worker. May good things in life come his way!

    3. This is just marvelous.. Restores my faith in humanity. His mother taught this young man well.

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