Olive Garden Receipt Sparks Debate on Reddit: Good Deed or Marketing Hoax?

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A photo of an Olive Garden receipt - for a free meal given to a family shaken up by a house fire - was shared on Reddit as a simple act of human kindness.

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    reddit is full of cynical, negative readers. Not surprised they can't fathom a selfless kind act.


    Restaurants always give duplicate receipts. The original is for the restaurant and the duplicate is for the customer. Just because they gave them a free meal, I'm sure they still printed out multiple receipts so the customer could tip the waiter. Stop being so damn skeptical, there are good people out in the universe...


    Ten years ago, my father was in a bad accident that kept him in the hospital for days. My brother happened to work at Olive Garden at the time. His manager brought my parents free food every evening in the hospital because he wanted to help. People are too skeptical.

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