The restaurant man who lost his nose and eye due to cancer, was asked to cover his face

Community in South Carolina was to protect men in connection with the fact that the establishment’s Manager asked him to cover the face, so he doesn’t «scare the visitors».

65-year-old Kirby Evans, who lost his nose and eyes during the struggle with skin cancer, told ABC News 4 that he’s a regular customer of the cafe at the gas station Forks Pit Stop in Walterboro. But when he came there on Monday (October 8) to eat donuts, I was very upset with the administering institution.

According to Evans, the Manager of cafe «dragged» him to his office. She then said that if he wants to eat at a restaurant, he will have to cover their faces.

«The words she said hurt me deeply,» said the man ABC News 4.

A few days later, his daughter Brandy told about the incident on Facebook, noting that tactless employee was the owner of the establishment.

«The proprietress Donna Crosby grabbed him by the shirt and dragged him into his office, then said to him: if he is here, he will have to cover the face, wrote the daughter of the victim in the social network. He came home in tears and told me what happened.»

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Evans got used to the fact that people stare. Seven years ago he underwent surgery to remove a basal cell carcinoma — one of the types of cancer of the skin.

To save the man’s life, his left eye and the entire nose had to be removed. According to Evans and financially he could not afford reconstructive surgery, also it hurts to wear a patch on his eye because the skin around it is very sensitive. In the end, Evans managed to get used to his current appearance, but the incident in the restaurant knocked it out of the rut.

«My father — the strongest man, but when he told me what happened to him, I saw tears flow from his eyes. It hurt me to see him hurt, he continued to tell the story of his daughter Bradley. — I thank God that people are not such small gnosy as Donna Crosby!»

Soon after, the woman asked Bradley, responded to the post, justifying your decision.

«I see absolutely nothing wrong with what I did. He came at lunch time every day sitting at a food stall during my work hours… I work very hard to please my customers,» wrote Crosby, who never apologized to the man.

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Posted by Brandy Evans on Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Evans said that will never go to this place. At the same time, despite the fact that men have every reason to be angry at the world, he says he wakes up every morning with gratitude.