The man asked him to cancel the order but the cashier insisted and covered the entire cost of his meal.
Many of us like to grab a burger, some nuggets and a good shake from McDonald's when we feel hungry. However, in the worst financial times, some of us might struggle to pay this bill. Jason Mosier was also in such a position but a McDonald's cashier made his day with an extremely kind gesture. He posted a selfie on Facebook with his order and shared, "I want to brag on this young man named Hayden working at McDonald's at exit 8 on 25E near i81. I stopped in there for a quick bite to eat on my way home. I ordered and used my card."
He shared, "My card would not work for anything. My total was 8 bucks. Before I realized it, the cashier Hayden took his debit card out and swiped it and said 'I got you, don't worry about it."
He continued, "I said no no, just void it, please. He said, 'No sir, I got it.' The only cash I had was 4 one dollar bills, I made him take the 4 bucks and told him I would be back. I thanked him, he handed me my bag and I left. I get to my truck and in the bag are the 4 bucks and my receipt that say, 'Have a Blessed Day.' Well, young man, you did bless my day. Thank you and never lose that giving heart. The world is a better place with you in it. I had to go back in and get a picture with him so I could brag on him because he deserves it."
"Thank you and never lose that giving heart. The world is a better place with you in it. I had to go back in and get a picture with him so I could brag on him because he deserves it," he concluded. People were truly impressed on Facebook and Hayden received a lot of appreciation. "We need more awesome people like him in this crazy world," commented @Cynthia Engleman. "His parents are doing something right, or he is learning right by someone in his life! How sweet," added @Cait Marie.
Another McDonald's employee from Coventry, England, is making people's day with acts of kindness. Joshua Henry, @Josh_henry_1, a Twitter user, shared his experience with how the employee paid for his meal in the drive-thru using her bank card. He captioned a video of his interaction with Enya, saying she thought it was thoughtful of him to call his mother and ask if she wanted anything.
He also wrote, "A girl called 'Enya' who works at Tile Hill @McDonaldsUK just paid for my meal as her act of kindness for the day. Proper cheered me up after having a depressing day with the fact I'm at high risk of redundancy. I will pay this kind act forward tomorrow for sure," with three hearts. Joshua can be heard asking the worker: "So you're gonna pay for my meal?" Enya replied: "Yeah because you called your mum and asked if she wants anything from McDonald's."
Enya, a finance student, told The Sun that she has been doing this for a long time and frequently pays for her customers' meals. She is paid £7.25 ($9.24) per hour, but she has spent over £50 ($63.72) on random acts of kindness to customers. She frequently pays for a coffee or a burger when she believes others would appreciate it.
A girl called “Enya” who works at Tile Hill @McDonaldsUK just paid for my meal as her act of kindness for the day. Proper cheered me up after having a depressing day with the fact I’m at high risk of redundancy. I will pay this kind act forward tomorrow for sure. ❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/8puiCUAkKy— Absolute Fitness (@Josh_henry_1) September 22, 2020