One-Eyed, Noseless Cancer Survivor Asked To Cover His Face At Restaurant


Kirby Evans was a regular at Forks Pit Stop in Walterboro, South Carolina.

But then, last week, that regularity quickly ended.

Kirby stopped by Forks Pit Stop last Monday when an employee grabbed him by the shirt, pulled him into the restaurant's office, and told him that he would have to cover his face if he wanted to continue eating at the restaurant.

See, Kirby is a cancer survivor.  But, in his battle with cancer, he lost his left eye and his nose.

Up until that day, Kirby had never faced any backlash for his looks.

"It hurt deep inside. I had never been treated like that. Never."

Kirby's daughter was just as upset about the situation as he was, and she posted about it on Facebook.

The employee that asked Kirby to cover his face commented on the Facebook post and actually continued to stand up for her actions.

"I IN NO WAY TRIED TO HURT YOUR FATHER."

"I HAD NO CHOICE! IT WAS RUNNING MY CUSTOMERS OFF."

Luckily, the employee's opinion is not that of the public.

Since the incident, people all around the area have rallied behind Kirby, and he is extremely grateful for the support.

"I'm telling you what, I didn't know there were that many people that cared but there are. They're out there everywhere."

Read the full story at WTVD


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