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article imageMan at Chick-Fil-A buys $1,000 worth of food for other customers

By Owen Weldon     Sep 19, 2014 in Business
Earlier this week, a man at a Chick-Fil-A drive-thru decided to buy a $1,000 worth of food for the people who were in line behind him.
According to Consumerist, the man, who only gave his first name, was at a Chick-Fil-A location in Albilene, TX, on Monday and he handed over $1,000 to workers and told them to use it to pay for customers who were behind him.
Brian LaCroix, the franchise owner, said that the cash paid for 88 vehicles in the span of about an hour, according to New York Daily News.
According to KTXS, one person who works at the Chick-Fil-A locations said that one lady had a really tough day and a lot of bad things happened to her, and when she found out she was going to get a free meal, she started to shed tears of joy.
For about an hour, employees said that other customers smiled, and some even cried. They said that all of the customers were shocked when they found out they didn't have to pay for their meal because someone else already did.
Employees said the guy, who said his name was John, wanted to donate the money because he wanted to make Monday better for everyone. LaCroix said that he did exactly that.
Employees at Chick-Fil-A said in the past they have witnessed customers paying for others, but not with the amount of money that John did it with.
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