How Dairy Queen Manager Joey Prusak Became a Hero

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Thu, Sep 19 - 7:12 pm EDT | 2 days ago by
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The world has a new hero. Joey Prusak of Minneapolis, Minnesota manages a Dairy Queen. While he was working, a blind customer dropped a $20 bill and an old woman picked up the money and put it in her purse. That’s when this hero sprung into action.

(Check out the 9 pictures of Joey Prusak below.)

After witnessing this shameful act, he refused to serve the old bat unless she returned the cash. He stayed firm in his demand until she stormed out of the restaurant.

But that’s not all! Our hero then went up to the blind man and gave him $20 out of his own pocket. Considering that’s around two hours of work at Dairy Queen, that was a considerable donation to a stranger — and even adds to his legend.

We applaud you, Joey, and hope there are a lot more human beings like you in this world.

Here are the images — click the right arrow to see all nine:


Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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Joey Prusak

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  • Zeda

    Aww.. what a heart warmer.

  • frederico

    He should have tracked down the old lady who stole the cash too!

  • Jamie R

    Stories like these makes me wanna do a good turn today. Shame on that old lady for stealing a blind person’s money