An award-winning chef was praised on social media for hiring a homeless man after he met him outside his restaurant.
Gary Usher, who trained with Michelin stars in London at Chez Bruce, offered the man a Sunday job as a kitchen porter in his Manchester bistro, Kala.
On his Twitter heart to share his heart-warming story, the 37-year-old Monday morning had received more than 32,000 likes and became a & # 39; life changer & # 39; called.
He said he made up for & # 39; was after the meeting and that the man – known only as Derick – was going to work on Wednesday.
Good job! Gary Usher (photo), who trained with Michelin-starred Chez Bruce, offered a homeless man a job as a kitchen porter in his Manchester bistro, Kala, on Sunday
Mr. Usher explained on Twitter: & # 39; I left Kala in my chef's coat last night around midnight and got into conversation with a homeless person.
& # 39; He asked me for cash and I had none and there was no ATM anywhere. When I walked away, he shouted: "Does Mate still have a job?"
& # 39; I walked over to him and said: "f ****** what I do". He said he would do anything. I replied: "buddy, you don't have to do anything, I have a kitchen door position available and you can also prepare some food". & # 39;
The chef said the pair & # 39; made up & # 39; was after the exchange and had met the day after to discuss the start date.
& # 39; I am buzzing & # 39 ;, he wrote. & # 39; I have been offering jobs to people on the street for ten years. Derick is the first person at the time who showed up. & # 39;
Social media users quickly praised the chef and offered their congratulations for an even & # 39; buzzing & # 39; Derick.
The moment: the 37-year-old who came to Twitter to share his heart-warming story, received more than 32,000 likes on Monday morning
& # 39; You seem like a really helpful person who is aware of the importance of giving people a chance, you may have changed his life forever! Fantastic things, & a man said.
Another wrote: & # 39; Nice gesture Gary. Someone has done exactly the same as 18 years ago. I am now happily married and 17 years clean and sober. Peace and love (sic). & # 39;
& # 39; Great to know that there are still people like you who can make good things happen. I bulged six sentences into it, & someone admitted.
An enthusiastic follower said: & # 39; You may have changed someone's life! That's pretty cool. Respect! & # 39;
Mr. Usher revealed that he had spoken with Derick's daughter, Chantelle, from Scotland, who encouraged her father to accept the restaurant role.
She tweeted that the chef & # 39; a legend & # 39; to which he replied: & # 39; It is your father who is the legend. What an absolute f ****** star! Can't wait to work with him X. & # 39;
Response: Social media users quickly praised the boss and offered their congratulations for an even & # 39; buzzing & # 39; Derick
& # 39; Seriously, I don't think I will have a better day in 2019, & # 39; he added.
The founder of the Elite Bistros group continued his Twitter thread by asking his followers for advice on how to get Derick on his payroll, since he has no home address.
& # 39; Can someone help me? What should I do if he has no address? How does it work with him without details? Whatever it is, I'll sort it. I just need to know, & he wrote.
Homeless shelters, charities and representatives of the local support center responded within minutes to offer their support.
The founder of the Elite Bistros group continued his Twitter thread by asking his followers for advice on how to get Derick on his payroll as he has no home address
Mr. Usher thanked people for the & # 39; beautiful, beautiful words & # 39; but insisted that his new employee be congratulated.
& # 39; Beautiful, beautiful words are being sent my way and that is great, thank you, but I did not ask for the job & he said.
& # 39; I can't imagine how hard it has been to be in the restaurant today. It was a really nice, beautiful day to see and talk to Derick [his daughter]& # 39;