McDonald’s worker’s compassionate act moves bystander （and Internet） to tears 麥當勞員工的慈悲之舉令旁觀者（與網友）動容
A busy McDonald’s worker who left his register to help an elderly, disabled man is being hailed a hero online and by his employer thanks to a customer who secretly photographed the gesture after being moved to tears by it.
Destiny Carreno said she was waiting in line at a Chicago McDonald’s last week after work when she saw a man approach the counter in his wheelchair.
"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,’" Carreno wrote on Facebook.
The cashier eventually "figured out the gentleman needed help cutting and eating his meal," she said.
Despite being in the middle of dinner rush, the cashier shut down his register, washed his hands, put on gloves and went out to help cut up the man’s food.
Carreno said she was moved by "the kindest and most humble thing" she had just witnessed.