A kind Tesco manager in Great Horton, Bradford invited a 10-year-old boy with down’s syndrome to serve behind the cash register after he spotted him playing in a closed lane.
45-year-old David Burke was shopping with his son Jay who has down’s syndrome at his ‘favourite shop’, when things went out of control.
During the check-out, Jay wandered over to an empty till and started playing with it. The supermarket manager James spotted him. But instead of being angry, the kind-hearted man opened the lane for Jay.