A woman at a mall food court in Salvador, Brazil posted a video on Facebook of a fast food employee feeding a disabled man and it's going viral!
While sitting at the mall food court, Laurinha Victória noticed a Giraffas employee bring a seated customer his food.
When the employee saw that the man was having difficulty using his arms, he sat beside him and helped him eat.
That's when she decided to hit record.
In her caption which was translated by Facebook she said, "Today I was taken by emotion with tears in my eyes. That's the real charity, what a beautiful thing. I came to him and said, what a beautiful gesture you are having.. God bless you."
The video went viral throughout the world with over 19 million views and over 450,000 shares on Facebook alone!
Aside from all the views, the video has also caused an outpouring of grateful reactions, praising the employee for restoring their faith in humanity.
A Giraffas spokesperson Gilberto Ribeiro told TODAY that the unnamed employee spreading inspiration internationally was 17-year-old Wellington Bruno de Oliveira Sacramento, an intern from Salvador working at the Salvador Norte Shopping unit.
Gilberto said by email, "We train and instruct our employees to understand and attend customers needs and desires and in that case, Bruno went beyond any market customer experience notion, by helping a human being. It was his call as he saw the situation. We are very proud to have a person like that in our organization. Not only in a professional spectrum, but in a human and social perspective."
Gilberto said Giraffas plans to pay it forward to the young man for his good deed, but could not yet disclose how.
Check out the heartwarming video below: