A Chili’s in Midvale, Utah is getting a lot of praise for something they don’t really think was a big deal. A little girl got her burger and her parents realized she was just eating her french fries.  What transpired next not only surprised the family, but has surprised the Coop Show.

According to Yahoo, Arianna Hill didn’t want to eat her cheeseburger because it was “broken.”  The reason why this story is really touching is because Arianna is autistic, and her parents are aware that many people don’t understand what autism is, and many places don’t know how to act around Arianna.

So when the mom knew that Arianna wouldn’t eat the burger, she asked the waitress to just add a new burger to the bill.  What transpired next really shocked the family! The manager and cooks brought Arianna back the cheeseburger….and it was FIXED!  They gave her a new burger, free of charge.

“The manager came over and did the same thing. It was really a big deal. The line cooks even got involved,” MacLean said. “When she brought it back out, Arianna said ‘Oh, thank you! You brought me a fixed cheeseburger.’ She sat there and looked at it and said ‘Oh I missed you,’ and kissed it over and over again.”

You can read more at Yahoo.com!


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