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Server helps man with cerebral palsy eat his dinner
February 4, 2017
When Lee Bondurant goes out to eat, it's an ordeal. The 51-year-old has trouble feeding himself because his muscle coordination is off because of his cerebral palsy. Recently, when Bondurant went out to dinner with his mom, his waiter did something he wasn't expecting--he fed Bondurant, according to ABC 7 News.
Bondurant, usually likes to be independent and do things for himself, according to ABC 7 News, but the waiter's kindness caught him off guard. "That was the ultimate kindness he showed me," Bondurant said to ABC 7. Lee's mom thanked the waiter who goes by the name of "Five" on Facebook. She posted a snapshot of Five feeding her son. In the caption, she said Five's actions let her know "there are still decent and compassionate people left in our country." She asked people who go to the restaurant where they were dining, the 42nd Street Oyster Bar, to "pay it forward" for the college student by asking for him by name.
Five's manager, Ryan Tyson, told ABC 7 News that he is proud to have servers like Five working at his restaurant. Bondurant said to ABC 7 that he plans to visit the 42nd Street Oyster Bar again because his birthday is coming up and he wants to enjoy his birthday meal there and see Five again.