Walmart cashier gives woman with cerebral palsy a manicure after nail salon wouldn't
When a woman with cerebral palsy was turned away at a nail salon because of her shaky hands, Walmart cashier Ebony Harris jumped in to do her nails for her.
According to KMOV, Angela Peters uses a wheelchair and was refused service because the condition caused her hands to shake too much.
When Harris noticed this, she decided to help Peters by taking a break from work. The two women then went out selecting a color for Peters’ nails.
They sat at a Subway restaurant as Harris helped Peters get the perfect manicure. Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa.
Harris told the news outlet :
"I just wanted to make her day special. I didn't really want her day to be ruined. That's why I did it. And plus she's a sweetie."
Harris recalled how Peters kept saying "sorry" because the Walmart cashier took a break from her job. But it was not really a problem for Harris, who enjoyed helping Peters out.
Peters is elated by the kind gesture Harris showed toward her. “I thought that was so nice of her and I already felt comfortable with her because, like I said, I shop at Walmart a lot,” she told the online source.
The beautiful moment shared by the two women was perfectly captured on camera by a Subway employee, Tasia Smith.
She later took to Facebook to share the amazing story, in which Peters is seen beaming with happiness as Harris paints her nails.
The post has been welcomed by the social media users and has gone viral with more than 3,000 shares and over hundreds of comments praising Harris’s spirit.
In her Facebook post, Smith also shamed the salon that denied Peters service and vowed that they would not be receiving any service from her as well. Her post concluded:
"Thank you to the Walmart workers for making this beautiful [girl’s] day."