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By Matt Murray

A restaurant worker's small act of kindness has made a big impact.

Ridge Quarles, who works at a Qdoba in Louisville, Kentucky, had gotten to know a customer with disabilities who visits the restaurant whenever she can.

During one of her visits, after Quarles had helped her through the line, she asked if he would help her eat and he happily complied.

Dr. David Jones, a fellow customer who witnessed the moment, told NBC's Louisville affiliate. "He didn't stop to think about 'Well, should I help her, should I not?' He just went over, put the gloves on and started feeding her."

Jones was so moved that he recorded Quarles' gesture so he could share it with others.

"I said 'I don't know, I think I'll just send it off to my friends and say there's still some good people left in the world,'" Jones said.