Feroza Syed - "After giving her a small tip, I went back later to share the driver's plate number and realized she was pregnant. I decided to create a small cashapp/venmo fundraiser and we raised about $1700 in about 24 hours to put a smile on her face and show her not all humans are horrible."
On a regular day, while performing her duty, a pregnant McDonald's worker gets a drink thrown in her face by a rude customer, but ends up receiving thousands in charity!
Feroza Syed, another customer waiting for her turn in McDonald's drive through when she saw a man throwing a large soda back through the window at McDonald's representative.
Feroza felt concerned when she saw the girl crying and got to know that she was expecting. Syed not only took down the man's license plate, she also reported it to the police. Moreover, she decided to arrange charity fund to help out the mommy-to-be to show her that good people still exist.
Feroza Syed posted about it on Facebook, writing: "I was getting some fast food at a local McDonald's when the man in the car in front of me threw a large soda back through the window at her. It covered her in sticky syrup, her hair, shoes, and shirt were soaked. She was crying when I pulled up next.
"After giving her a small tip, I went back later to share the driver's plate number, and realized she was pregnant. I decided to create a small cashapp/venmo fundraiser and we raised about $1700 in about 24 hours to put a smile on her face and show her not all humans are horrible."
As per Fox News,Georgia's horrendous incident happened becasuae the man was reportedly angry as he didn't want ice in his drink. This incident left the pregnant McDonald's worker humiliated and unable to return to work.
Syed updated on Facebook page, revealing that "well over $3k" had been raised for the woman and a baby registry has been created too.
"Today I got to meet her, talk with her about her situation and found out that while they’re clearing up the inner workings of the situation, she hasn't been able to go back to work."
The McDonald's worker, said that she was in tears when she received the envelope of donations from Syed.
The Sun reports.
"I asked her if I could take a few photos for those of you who donated, and she said yes," Syed continued. "Here they are. She's so sweet, has a good head on her shoulders, and could really use the funds since she's not allowed to work right now."
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