Richard Wise-Attwood, a Wendy's employee in New Mexico, is being praised for his "heart of gold" after going the extra mile to serve a blind couple over the weekend, Fox News reported.
One customer, Cindy Griswold, was so impressed by the act of kindness that she shared the story, along with photos, on Facebook.
"The way he took care of them was amazing," she said in the post. "He didn't do it because is part of his job, he did it because he wanted to help from the bottom of his heart."
Griswold recounted how Wise-Attwood went out of his way to ensure the blind couple received the best treatment.
"He made sure the table was in a good spot and he carried the sodas, straws, napkins, ketchup and of course, he placed the food in the right order, so they knew who's sandwich was in front of them," she said. "We need more "Richard's" in this world."
Wise-Attwood modestly shrugged off his kind gesture.
"I just asked them what they would like to drink, helped them get their drinks, sat them down," he told KRQE. "They were cool, they were real nice, didn't bother anybody, they didn't ask for help. I just did it because I knew they needed it."
However, Wendy's shift supervisor Adalecia Garcia, said Wise-Attwood was "very outgoing, very helpful with the customers."
Wise-Attwood said he hoped the gesture showed people that "even if you do work at an establishment such as Wendy's or McDonald's, customer service will show somebody a good day and they'll pass it on to someone else."
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