A Wetherspoons customer left their Hammersmith local with their heart full after witnessing an amazing act of kindness by a member of staff towards a blind couple.
Posting on Reddit, the user heaped praise on a member of staff at the William Morris on King Street, the identity of whom remains a mystery.
He began his tale by setting the scene as he swigged a pint of ale on Sunday afternoon (November 7).
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He said: “I’ve just got home from enjoying a few lazy Sunday afternoon pints at the William Morris in Hammersmith.
“A blind couple come in and are helped to the table next to mine by one of the bar staff.
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“He then spends the next 5 to 10 minutes talking through the menu with them joking that it’s 3 pages of A4 long back and front, finding out what they like to eat and making suggestions.
“No-one else is witnessing this apart from me and my pint of Marstons. His care and attention to getting them the perfect meal and drinks really struck me.
“I finished my pint and went for a slash and passed him on the way out. I had to stop him to say that I thought his service to the blind couple was next level and he humbly says ‘Thanks man. Appreciate that’.
“I walked home thinking that the whole scene was so frickin wholesome and only witnessed by me that I felt I had to share it!”
The server’s caring nature clearly impressed more than one person as many flocked to the comments to congratulate him.
One person said: “Nice to hear, Well done man, so nice to witness and appreciate scenes like like.
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“I bet you made that guy’s day for realising his good work. You (and nice Wetherspoon staff) deserve a pat on the back.”
“You should send an email to the pub manager to say thanks,” urged another.
Another claimed that Spoons had always had a good reputation.
They said: “That’s the Spoons my fella used to go for a wee at on his way to uni.”
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