Qdoba Employee Feeds Disabled Customer in Random Act of Kindness

An employee at Qdoba in Louisville, Kentucky, helped feed a disabled customer when she came in for dinner.
0:36 | 05/15/15

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He just helped a hungry customer not thinking much about it but his random act of kindness is going viral. It's pretty heartwarming it shows you don't employee reach quarrels of feeding a disabled woman which he had done on several occasions. After making sure her water was just right. During what those meals at the restaurant movable Kentucky doctor David Jones was so touched by what he saw he took this video Joan says he almost started to cry. As for the kind server he has since graduated from college and is working at a digital marketing agency. He says he is shocked by how much the video has resonated with people who see it.

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