Burger King employee goes viral for walking older customer with bad back to his car

An employee at a Burger King in Virginia is praised for increasing the scope of her customer service with an act of kindness that has gone viral.

Nineteen-year-old Alexis Easter, who works in the fast-food chain in Mechanicsville, was shown escorts an older dinner to his car.

The man, known as Mr. John, is a regular customer in the fast food joint.

& # 39; When he is done I help him to the car because he has a terrible back. When we get to his car we talk and make sure he is safe, "Easter told WTVR.

Her simple act of kindness drew the attention of a passerby, Elizabeth Chandler, who took a picture of the young woman and her client before it was placed on social media.

Alexis Easter was caught on camera and helped Mr. John with his car. Apparently she does this when he visits the Mechanicsville, Virginia, Burger King because he has a bad back

Alexis Easter was caught on camera and helped Mr. John with his car. Apparently she does this when he visits the Mechanicsville, Virginia, Burger King because he has a bad back

• Shout out to the cashier at the Mechanicsville Burger King to make this world a little more cheerful, & # 39; Chandler wrote on Facebook.

& # 39; When she saw her help, this gentleman was so heart-warming. It is so rare to see pure, simple friendliness in the world today, people go out of their way for others. She took the time of her work to help someone else, expecting nothing in return.

& # 39; Since posting this I have learned that Alexis is only 19 and does this on a regular basis for every employee in need, & # 39; said Chandler.

Easter says that she always tries to do what she can to provide the best customer service.

Bystander Elizabeth Chandler captured the candid moment and shared it with Facebook because she was so moved by the act of kindness

Bystander Elizabeth Chandler captured the candid moment and shared it with Facebook because she was so moved by the act of kindness

Bystander Elizabeth Chandler captured the candid moment and shared it with Facebook because she was so moved by the act of kindness

& # 39; Always do everything to help others & # 39 ;, she told WTVR.

The man always comes in the Burger King, so when he is ready, I help him to the car because he has a terrible back, & # 39; she said. & # 39; When we get to his car we talk and I make sure he is safe. & # 39;

Easter has been working with Burger King for two years and says that she will also bring other customers to their car when she sees them struggling.

Chandler had praise for other employees in the Mechanicsville, Virginia Burger King.

She says that there are several other employees who go beyond their job description.

& # 39; That's the culture at that Burger King. Every employee I've ever seen goes that far for everyone. Another employee named Monica hands out plaques to people who are going through difficult times, including my grandmother, when she went through treatment for cancer, & # 39; she told WTVR.

Easter said she is just following in the footsteps of her colleagues at Burger King, where friendliness is contagious and other employees help customers who need it

Easter said she is just following in the footsteps of her colleagues at Burger King, where friendliness is contagious and other employees help customers who need it

Easter said she is just following in the footsteps of her colleagues at Burger King, where friendliness is contagious and other employees help customers who need it

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