Homeless father, 21, offered room at the hotel with his four-month-old son indignant by the woman who photographed him while he slept in McDonald's where he works to be ashamed of him
- Simon Childs had fallen asleep in Fayette County McDonald's, Georgia
- After it was posted online, he and his son were flooded with gifts
- They have received a hotel room, a car on loan, diapers and new clothes
A 21-year-old homeless father offered accommodation in a hotel after a photo of him sleeping in McDonald & # 39; s was uploaded to social media.
Simon Childs was broken in Fayette County McDonald's, Georgia, where he worked by an angry customer.
But after the photo was posted online, Mr. Childs, who also works at McDonald's, and his four-month-old son were flooded with offers of a car, diapers, and clothing.
He also received a free haircut from the hairdressers in preparation for upcoming job interviews.
& # 39; It hurts me to see my photo up there, you know, & # 39; he said WSB 2.
& # 39; I thought it was something negative and nobody would care. & # 39;
But after the overwhelming response from the community, Mr. Childs said that the post & # 39; changed my life in a few days & # 39 ;.
The message, uploaded to a private Facebook group, with a photo of him sleeping in the restaurant, said: & Another reason to leave Fayetteville.
& # 39; I was in the McDonald's in the middle of town and I saw this man sleeping in the booth.
& # 39; I got and tell an employee that someone is sleeping in their box and her response was & # 39; oh yes, we know hey, it's ok & # 39; and I said, & # 39; not really, but whatever & # 39;. & # 39;
A 21-year-old homeless father received accommodation in a hotel after a photo of him who slept in a McDonald's was uploaded to social media between services.
When a WSB 2 reporter contacted the woman who posted it, she said she was not going to disgrace her actions.
Mr. Childs said he only recently became homeless after his mother died.
A GoFundMe page that has been set up for him has so far broken the target amount of $ 5,000, raising an additional $ 200.
In the description, Dawn Williams, who had set it up, said that his goal with the money was to be able to get his own place for his family & # 39 ;.
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