Support for Berated Wegmans Worker With Asperger's

Chris Tuttle's sister turned to social media to help cheer him up after a customer told him he was "too slow."
1:03 | 11/12/13

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The power of social media has helped a young man and upstate New York overcome an unkind. And embarrassing moment Chris Tuttle has Asperger's syndrome while helping at the grocery store checkout line at work. A customer yelled at him. She came to in my mind and I guess I was calling file. Planet it's not my -- normal down so. I was -- -- so I try to go as fast as she -- and. And she was just -- brow beating me his sister turn to FaceBook to make Chris feel better. -- if I could just get a few of my friends are his friends. To just give a mile at all really is what I called it shout out hey can you just let him now -- these -- your heart anyway. Now more than 93000. People have hit like a Facebook's story posted. -- chris' sister makes me found what happened here that someone out there loves me -- not someone but blank. A lot of people so if you -- -- see what all the likes our about it Facebook's search for the turtle landing retreat age.

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