Close Ad

Angry Customer Throws a Drink at Pregnant McDonalds Worker - But One Stranger Witnesses Everything
Stranger Raises $1.7k for Pregnant McDonald’s Worker After an Angry Customer Threw a Drink at Her
Uplifting News

Angry Customer Throws a Drink at Pregnant McDonalds Worker - But One Stranger Witnesses Everything

In the bustling world of fast food, Bryanna faced a situation no one should ever endure. A disgruntled customer, seething with rage, threw a drink at her. Why? Simply because it wasn't what he wanted. This shocking incident unfolded at a McDonald’s in suburban Atlanta, a place where Bryanna, a pregnant employee, was just trying to do her job.

How One Stranger Helped a Pregnant McDonald’s Worker

person in a drive thru

The assailant, driven by dissatisfaction, flung the drink back at Bryanna, leaving her covered in ice, soda, and syrup. The sheer audacity of the act bewildered Feroza Syed, a real estate broker who happened to be the next customer in line. She took to Facebook to share the distressing incident that occurred on December 4th.

“At the drive-thru, a guy in front of me threw a soda at the woman because it wasn’t what he wanted,” she recounted on Facebook. Feroza, who had previously worked in food services, was appalled by the man's behavior, especially considering the challenging circumstances we all face.

Approaching the drive-thru, Feroza didn't just stand by as a passive witness. She extended compassion and generosity. Offering Bryanna a cash tip and the willingness to call the police, Feroza went above and beyond. Little did she know, this was only the beginning of her extraordinary act of kindness.

Upon leaving to note down the man's license plate, Feroza discovered Bryanna's pregnancy. Touched by the situation, Feroza conceived a beautiful idea — an online registry for Bryanna's baby. Her intention was simple: to do something genuinely nice for a woman who had just faced a traumatic incident.

How a Stranger Proved the Importance of Compassion

“I thought, let me do something nice for her," Feroza shared. Initially, she hoped to raise a modest sum, maybe $300 or $400, for Bryanna to treat herself. However, the response exceeded all expectations. In just 24 hours, donations flooded in, accumulating to a staggering $1,700.

“She’s just obviously going crazy with joy. We’ve become friends through this, and it’s just insane to see such love and joy and happiness,” Feroza shared.

What began as a despicable act of mistreatment transformed into a heartwarming display of human kindness. Feroza's gesture not only provided financial support but also formed a bond between two individuals who, under ordinary circumstances, might never have crossed paths.

On Facebook, Feroza emphasized the power of collective goodwill: "When we talk about how to give back to our essential workers who put their lives on the line, feeding, housing, shopping, and providing healthcare for us remember that anyone can do what I did."

Her message underscores the significance of small acts, each donation a testament to the empathy and generosity that can emerge even from the most unexpected places. In a world often marred by negativity, Feroza's uplifting response shines as a beacon of hope, reminding us all that, indeed, anyone can make a difference.

Hot Stories

Little boy in a red shirt, a couple taking a picture in a car and a car trapped under a tree (inset)

9 Year Old Saves Parents Crushed In Car Amid Tornado Storm

ABC News

In times of crisis, heroes often emerge in the most unexpected ways. Such is the story of Branson Baker, a 9-year-old boy from Dickson, Oklahoma, who demonstrated extraordinary bravery during a devastating EF-4 tornado.

His courageous actions saved his parents and serve as a powerful reminder of the resilience and strength found in even the youngest among us.

Keep ReadingShow less
Uplifting News
Man standing with his arm around his biological father and a black and white picture of a young man.

Man Meets Biological Father After a 57-Year Search

Sanjay Maru/CTV News Windsor and Michael Anderberg

Most people go through life in search of identity and purpose, particularly as we get older. But for those who don’t have a complete picture of their family history, that search can produce more questions than answers.

Keep ReadingShow less