Wendy Wilson, an employee at an Asda supermarket in the UK, was working at the self-service tills when a man in his 70’s became upset and distressed. He was unable to get his card to work while trying to pay for his shopping. The man, who had left his wallet at home, started to panic but Wendy calmed him down and paid for his shopping out of her own pocket. The store has since offered to reimburse the Section Service leader, but she politely declined; she has now been nominated for an internal award. Wendy has been described as “one in a million” by her coworkers. “She is a fantastic role model towards her fellow colleagues who always comes in with a big smile on her face,” a coworker said.

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