Dairy Queen Manager’s Act of Kindness

Dairy Queen Manager’s kind act gives blind man $20 of his own money after customer created a scene

Joey Prusak of Hopkins, Minnesota is still shocked after witnessing someone steal cash from a blind man in the Dairy Queen store he manages. Prusak was working the register at his store when a blind customer came in and ordered some food. While he was searching for his debit card to pay, a $20 bill dropped to the floor. A woman waiting in line behind him picked up the $20 bill and surprising to Joey, she put it in her pocket. That’s when Prusak asked her to return the money to the blind man. She refused saying it was hers and that she dropped it by accident. Prusak talked with the woman and asked her to leave. He told her to either return the $20 bill to the man or you can leave the store. The woman made a scene and left after having some harsh words with Prusak. Prusak then helped the rest of his customers, apologizing to each one of them for what had happened.

A little time later, Prusak approached the blind man sitting and eating, and he reached into his own pocket and gave the man $20. A customer who witnessed the kind act was so impressed that they decided to fill out compliment form on the company’s web site. Dairy Queen Headquarters responded back with a letter to Joey in gratitude and told him that “something is coming in the mail for him.”