Lee Bondurant of Raleigh, North Carolina, was touched when a stranger offered to feed him after learning he had cerebral palsy and is unable to use his hands.
Lee, 51 years old, was joining his mom, Linda, for a Memorial Day weekend meal at 42nd St. Oyster Bar in Raleigh. When a waiter was informed of his condition, Five went to Lee and immediately dropped all his responsibilities for a few minutes to help him with his food.
"He casually came over and asked Lee if he had ever had oysters," Linda told ABC News in an email. "Lee told him he had not. So, Five asked if he could he serve him his first. It was smooth not to embarrass Lee. Just offering to share in the experience."
Linda posted their experience with the restaurant by posting it on Facebook and spreading about the kindness of this person.
"When you dine at 42nd Street Oyster Bar please ask for a server by the name of "FIVE" (a college student) He saw me trying to eat and help Lee," she wrote.
"He insisted on helping showing Lee total respect. Let's me know there are still decent and compassionate people left in our country. Pay it forward for FIVE!" she wrote on her Facebook.
ABC News asked the restaurant manager, Hunter Correll about this, and he just shared what Five said. "In regards to the story, Five has been overwhelmed with the attention, as he was just doing what he thought was the right thing to do.
"We are beyond fortunate to have so many loyal and caring staff members. It makes it so easy to come to work every day, as you can imagine."
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