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After a Nail Salon Refused to Paint This Disabled Customer's Nails, a Walmart Cashier Stepped Up

By Mustafa Gatollari

Anyone who's ever worked in retail knows just how precious a break is, but Ebony Harris decided to forego hers in order to help a disabled customer paint her nails.

Being a cashier, especially in a huge store like Walmart is no walk in the park. You're dealing with long lines of people. You're dealing with price adjustments and waiting for floor managers to come and key-in numbers at the register. You're dealing with people who swear the price that's coming up on the screen isn't what was advertised on the sign in-store. And you're on your feet all day.

But Ebony was all smiles when she sat down and patiently helped paint Angela Peters' trembling hands.