An image of a homeless man changing a woman’s tire in Utah has captivated the hearts of those who witnessed it, as it, in turn, spread a message of love.
Jessie Jean’s Coffee Shop in the town of Ogden shared the photo of the good deed being performed outside the café on Monday.
‘I just wanted them to put a face to who they are judging,’ Anna Davidson, who co-owns Jessie Jean’s with husband Ron told KTSU.
‘Hey, here you go, that’s one of those folks you want us to hide away somewhere where can’t see them.”
Anna, however, hopes that the photo she shared will help spread kindness and make people think twice before walking past a homeless being.
‘Looked outside the window to see this happening. This is Chuck and he’s homeless. He works his ass out helping each day in the café. This is one of those individuals that get labeled. Y'all knows the ones everyone wants outta sight, outta mind.’ Anna captioned the shared image.
A homeless man is touching hearts after a photo of a man called Chuck changing a woman's car tire goes viral
Chuck, 56, was in prison for many years but is looking to make a positive change
Anna Davidson says she witnessed the good deed outside her restaurant and shared the image
She added: ‘I didn’t see anyone else out there helping this young lady, just chuck, the homeless guy.. thank you, Chuck.’
According to the Davidson’s, Chuck is always assisting people, despite living a difficult life. Revealing he was in prison for many years and even more, time spent behind bars, Chucks, aged 56, however, stated he’s ready for a change.
Davidson says she decided to share the picture to Facebook with a message about the man who stepped in to help a stranger
Jessie Jean's on Historic 25th in Ogden, Utah is a family-owned and operated home-style cafe 'serving up food, coffee & kindness one cup at a time, one meal at a time
Co-owner of the restaurant, Ron, was homeless for more than two years and has an insight as to what living on the street involves
According to Davidson’s, Chuck is always assisting people, despite living a difficult life
‘I wouldn’t have gotten to where I am, if it wasn’t for the Davidson’s,’ Chucks said.
‘Though I am as old as they are and I will always be proud to call them ma and pa,’ Chucks added. His photo has garnered hundreds of comments on Facebook.