On Fathers Day, a regular customer at a McDonald’s in Scottsburg, Ind ., started a 167 -driver “pay it forward” chain of good deeds at the drive-thru window.
She saw a papa in the van behind her He had like four children in the car, McDonalds cashier Hunter Hostetler told. She was like, Im going to pay for the parent behind me, and I want you to tell him happy Fathers Day.
Upon hearing of the woman’s good deed, the daddy then paid for then next few cars behind him, and each car kept the process running, WDRB reported.
I had people telling me, No its going to stop here, its going to stop at 100, youre not going to make it past, Hostetler said.
But, between 8: 30 p.m. to midnight, every car paid for the ones behind it, Fox 8 reported.
I saw the man in front of me talking to the cashier out in the rain, and I was wondering what was going on, told guest 105 on how he came to know about the acts of kindness.
All total, 167 drivers “paid it forward” at the Scottsburg McDonald’s that night. Many clients even paid for snacks that were more expensive than their own.
Only once did a client threaten to break the streak, but the staff pooled $27 to keep it running, the restaurants manager said.
The chain of kindness merely aimed when the store closed for the night.
I was proud to experience the Scottsburg community are working together in this act of kindness under the Golden Arches, told Frank Ward, owned of the Scottsburg McDonalds, in a statement to ABC News.
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