A man in a wheelchair recently visited his favorite Five Guys restaurant location in Detroit. Justin Hollon, the general manager, recognized this particular patron, who is a frequent customer.
But Justin noticed the man was acting differently than normal. On this particular day, the man struggled to place his lunch order, his motor skills seemed off, and he told Justin he was ill.
Instead of getting frustrated or rushing the man, Justin stepped up in the most incredible way. He didn’t do it for any sort of praise or attention, but thanks to the power of social media, that’s exactly what he’s got coming his way.
Justin quickly had the staff cook up the beloved Five Guys “All the Way” burger, complete with the man’s choice of tasty toppings, along with a side of french fries and a drink.
Since the customer could barely manage placing the order himself, Justin gave him the meal completely free of charge.
The customer took his order, grabbed a table, and tried to feed himself, but he struggled with that, too.
That’s when Justin stepped away from the counter and headed into the dining room, straight toward the man in the wheelchair.
Another customer saw the act of kindness happening right there in Five Guys, snapped a quick photo … and the rest is history.
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