Heartwarming: Chick-fil-A manager’s act of kindness caught on camera

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – It may be cold outside, but an act of kindness by a fast food manager just may warm your heart.

Andrea Stoker says she was inside a Chick-fil-A in Alabama when she noticed a homeless man walk inside the business.

The man was carrying all of his possessions on his back and was immediately approached by the restaurant’s manager.

The manager, Mark Meadows, asked if he could get the man anything.

Before the man could answer, the manager also asked if he had gloves.

When Meadows realized he didn’t, he handed him his.

After that, Meadows allowed the man to get whatever meal he wanted.

Stoker then snapped a picture of the interaction and posted it to Chick-fil-A’s Facebook page.

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