Chick-fil-A employees help to change a customer's flat tire after being broken on the drive-thru – before giving him fresh food and two free extra cookies
- Brian Hall, 32, posted a picture of the men in the store in Chattanooga, Tennessee
- He called the men & # 39; saints & # 39; after they were rushed out & # 39; rushed & # 39; to help him in a Facebook message
- The men also gave Brian fresh, warm food and put two cookies in his bag for free
- His post on May 11 about their kindness has now been shared hundreds of times
- & # 39; Their kindness was overwhelming. They went above and beyond & # 39 ;, said Brian
Two Chick-fil-A employees are shown who help to change a customer's flat tire after he broke at the drive-thru – before giving him free fresh food and two extra cookies.
Brian Hall posted a photo of the men in uniform who stopped his truck at the branch of the fast food chain in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
In his Facebook post, Brian, 32, from Dallas, mentioned the men & # 39; saints & # 39; after they ran out & # 39; & # 39; to help him.
He wrote: & # 39; Bunch of saints to the chickfila in the east ridge! My tire somehow got flat in the ride, so they quickly went outside to replace it with their hydraulic jack. & # 39;
These two Chick-fil-A employees are depicted to help change a customer's flat tire
The two workers, in the photo, also gave Brian Hall fresh food and two extra cookies for free
In addition to helping with the band, the men also gave Brian fresh, hot food, and put two cookies in his bag for free.
The carpenter added: & They brought my food to me and when I was finished, my food was replaced with new fresh food, so it wouldn't be cold and put two cookies in for free! Those people really do the work of the lord there! & # 39;
His post on 11 May has since been shared hundreds of times with Facebook users who love the men & # 39; amazing & # 39; to mention.
Brian said on DailyMail.com: & They ran outside when they saw what was happening and they didn't let me do anything.
& # 39; I am a carpenter and work a lot with my hands so it was kind of funny to let other people do that for me, but they insisted.
& # 39; Their kindness was overwhelming in the midst of a somewhat uncomfortable situation. They really did the impossible to resemble Christ. & # 39;
Brian, pictured with his wife Shelby, called the men & # 39; saints & # 39; after they ran outside to help him
The men worked in the pictured Chattanooga, Tennessee, of the fast food chain
He added: & # 39; It probably only took 20 minutes, but they were really good at it. I knew it wasn't because of profit, but because they have two lines, so it didn't delay things at all. & # 39;
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