An Asda employee was praised after responding to a customer who was unable to pay for their goods.

The shopper went to the store just as the store was about to close when they realized that they had forgotten their debit card and had no other way to pay.

But Alex stepped in, who, instead of letting the shopper come out empty-handed, offered to pay for the shopping himself, Manchester Evening News Reports.

Posted on Asda The social networking site Facebook The page explained: “did a lot to our colleague Alex who did his best to help a customer at our Omagh store and who realized that he forgot his debit card when he went to pay to shop while the store was closing.

The shopper forgot his debit card and was unable to pay for his merchandise

“ Instead of letting the customer get stuck, Alex comes out kind and pays for the shopping himself.

Alex said, “I didn’t want to leave the client stuck. It was too late, and I don’t want this to happen to anyone! “

Store manager Stephen said, “This is just one example of Alex going the extra mile for our customers.

“Not many people would trust the person to come back to pay for their goods, but Alex did because he didn’t want to see them stuck.

“He is a very interested member of our team, and I think he has a very bright future here.”

Offer employee pay for shopping

Shoppers were quick to praise Alex for his kind disposition, and the post is now viral, garnering nearly 10,000 likes, over 300 posts, and over 800 comments.

In response, a Facebook user wrote, “Well done this guy, I hope you get your money back! I often use Asda, and I find the staff there tirelessly helpful and fun.”

Another guy said, “What a kind-hearted person. Nice to hear and I hope he goes away in his career with Asda.”

A third book: “Well done Alex, you are one in a million. I really hope Asda respects what you have done, as it is not so much that people like you do such a good and caring thing.”

“What a nice gesture. Well done Alex. Good to see that we still have good and caring people in this evil world that we live in. You really are a great employee and Asda should be proud that you work with them. Well done another praised.

Another fan said, “Well done young man, you are a hero and not many people will do that. May God come back?”

Evidence that kindness still exists in this world – you just have to find it.