Waffle House waitress rewarded for act of kindness in viral pic

Waffle House waitress rewarded for act of kindness in viral pic

Waffle House waitress rewarded for act of kindness in viral pic

Wolf's post went viral and received thousands of likes and comments that praised Williams for her act of kindness.

On Thursday, a young Waffle House worker in La Marque whose act of kindness was captured on camera and posted to social media was honored by the town's mayor.

In her caption, Wolf explains that she heard Charpentier tell Williams that his hands "didn't work too good" and points out that he is using an oxygen machine and "struggling to breathe". With the caption, "This may seem small but to him, I'm sure it was huge", she posted the photo which quickly went viral.

Evoni told reporters it was something she "would do any other day".

"I was never raised to bash people, I was raised to help and try to give.give blessings", says Williams.

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Evoni is looking to get a business or management degree and the cheque given to her works out as 4,000 dollars (£2,883) a semester - a massive helping hand for her to do so. "If I want to cut my meat, I look like I'm stabbing it", Adrien Charpentier said.

Not just the scholarship, La Marque Mayor Bobby Hocking also handed over a proclamation in an emotional ceremony - that dedicated a day to her and said that - March 8 will be now known as "Evoni "NeeNee" Williams Day" in La Marque.

Laura Wolf, a customer sitting nearby, snapped a photo of Williams doing her good deed.

Williams said was taken aback by the outpouring, KTRK-TV said.

While she's grateful for the life-changing gift she received, Williams said what she did for the man was nothing special.

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