Love thy neighbour: Kind customer gifts restaurant worker a car

Love thy neighbour: Kind customer gifts restaurant worker a car

- A customer who frequented Taco Casa was touched when they learnt that one employee lost his car

- The customer was pleased by how the man always made sure he got to work in time despite having no means of transport

- He then went and bought a brand new car and parked it outside the restaurant after which employees were instructed to give the gift to the hardworking man

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Love thy neighbour: Kind customer gifts restaurant worker a car
The lucky man was lin disbelief he could not process how a stranger could be so kind. Photo: Taco Casa
Source: UGC

The employee was busy as a bee working his shift at Taco Casa when he was pulled outside his place to work so he could view an unbelievable surprise.

He obliged and followed as directed. The restaurant employee who had worked at Taco Casa for a while was confused and still wondered why his workmates were so excited.

Outside stood a car specifically bought for him by a customer who chose to remain anonymous.

The whole thing was captured on camera and the video was shared on Facebook.

According to the post, a loyal customer who often visited the eatery noticed the unnamed man always showed up to work without fail despite not having a mode of transport.

Apparently, he had lost his car but that never shuttered his hope.

The customer was touched and decided to buy a car without informing the man and dropped it at the restaurant’s parking lot so he could collect it.

“There is a gentleman here in town that wants to remain anonymous, but wants to surprise you,” Rod Wilkin, one of the restaurant’s owners said as he led his employee to the lot.

Rod handed over the car keys to his worker and snapped a few photos of the happy chap smiling from ear to ear.

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