Now that almost everyone is walking around with an HD digital camera on their person It is always a disturbing social norm taking pictures of strangers. Although this can sometimes lead to a funny meme or affirmative reminder of human friendliness, it gives much of the time it only results in inferior ruthless people who decide to shame other people while they do not know absolutely nothing about their personal relationship .
But don't be afraid: This episode works for the best, even if it starts very well. Atlanta News Station WSB-TV reports on an event involving Simon Childs, a 21-year-old father working at Georgia McDonald's. Childs, who was homeless at the time the picture was taken, slept on a table at McDonald's location between shifts when a customer decided to photograph him and complain to the management. The woman then posted the photo and her thoughts on co-workers on Facebook:
In talking to Childs, WSB-TV found a far more inspiring story than the woman in question asked to tell. Childs, who worked on the spot while discovering a young son, had recently lost his mother and had fallen into difficult times. But in the days since the picture was originally, Childs received an influx of help from the surrounding community, from rented hotel rooms to free hairdressers to "piles of donated diapers to his son, supplies and clothing." Childs observed by the kindness that "I didn't think society would fit enough to do it, but they care." He also has several jobs.
The unnamed woman spoke to a WSB TV reporter and claimed off-camera that "she never intended to be ashamed of a person in particular and she wrote it in a private group."