Teen rights someone else’s wrong by giving blind customer $20

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HOPKINS , MINN. (WITI) -- A Dairy Queen manager who came to the aid of a visually impaired customer is receiving Internet praise for his act of kindness.

Joey Prusak says a visually impaired man dropped $20 on the floor while paying for his food at a Dairy Queen in Hopkins, Minn.

After he dropped the money, Prusak says a woman behind him in line, picked it up. But instead of giving the money back to the man -- she put it in her purse.

Prusak says he confronted the woman about the $20 -- and an argument ensued. At that time, Prusak asked the woman to leave the restaurant.

After the woman left, Prusak gave the visually impaired man $20 out of his own wallet.

Other customers saw what happened, and emailed Dairy Queen headquarters, while others employees posted it on Facebook. Now, the story has gone viral.

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