In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a manager at a Minnesota Dairy Queen helps a blind man who's cheated out of $20 and the story goes viral. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
Nineteen-year-old Joey Prusak was recently serving a blind man when the customer accidentally dropped a twenty dollar bill on the ground. When the woman behind the man picked up the money and pocketed it, Prusak stood up for decency and confronted her.
He told her: “I’m not gonna serve someone as disrespectful as you so you can either return the $20 bill and I’ll serve you, or you can leave.”
The woman stormed out with the money so Prusak dug into his own pockets to give the customer back the amount he'd lost.
Another person saw the gesture and wrote into the company. Now, the manager's getting praise and phone calls from Warren Buffett who owns Dairy Queen.