This Qdoba Employee Feeding A Disabled Customer Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity
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Qdoba gets knocked by Chipotle elitists for being a sub-par fast-casual Mexican restaurant, but it turns out they have more going for it than just awesome queso. An employee named Ridge Quarles (side note: total power name) was spotted doing an amazing gesture of kindness at the Louisville restaurant he worked at. Quarles was spotted feeding a regular disabled customer who claimed the chain was “her favorite restaurant.”
What a total Bro move. Here’s the whole story, via WAVE 3:
“Sadly enough she has to sit outside the restaurant until someone notices her or another customer that’s coming in has to let her into the building,” said Quarles. “By now, she’s actually been in so many times that we know what she likes to eat.”
That order: A taco salad with hot sauce and cheese for lunch, a burrito with hot sauce and cheese for dinner.
Quarles said, “I had helped her through (the) line and sat her out in the lobby, got her a drink, got her utensils and napkin and kind of started to walk off and I was like, you know,
‘Is there anything else I can help you with?’ and she turned around and she was like, ‘Sir, if you don’t mind could you help me eat?'”
“He didn’t stop to think about, ‘Well, should I help her, should I not,’ he just went over, put the gloves on and started feeding her,” said Jones.
Faith in humanity restored for one more day.
Your move in making the world a better place, Chipotle employees.