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What goes around, comes around.
A Florida pizza shop got some much need help from a customer — and only moments after the owner gave away two free slices to a man in need.
Sanford Pizza Company owner Alfredo Colimodio was opening the shop last week when a stranger asked for help.
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“He was 100 percent honest, and he’s like, ‘I’m just hungry, and you can just give me whatever you have — just one slice,’ and I told him: ‘Don’t worry, just give me a couple of minutes. Let me heat it up for you and I’ll give it to you,’” Colimodio told local news outlet WFTV.
Soon after the man left with his pizza, a regular walked into the restaurant and offered Colimodio $1,000 to help out.
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“He says, ‘I just want to give you $1,000.’ And of course, it took me like a second to digest what he was telling me, and I asked: ‘What do you mean about $1,000, you want to do a catering order or something?’ And he’s, like, ‘No, I just want to give you $1,000. I just want to help you out,’” Colimodio said to the outlet.
In total the customer ended up putting $1,100 on his card to cover credit card fees, and to help Colimodio pay his staff for the week.
Colimodio said the gesture “means a lot” to him, and it’s helping his business get through this tough time.
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“We truly appreciate all the support and especially from this one special person who made a huge difference for us at this difficult time! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!” reads a message posted to the Sanford Pizza Company’s Facebook page.
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Those on the social media page responded with praise for the anonymous customer’s generosity, describing the kind gesture as “fantastic” and “awesome.”