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There is still good in the world, and one Twitter user found some.


A Little Caesar's pizza chain in Fargo, North Dakota, did the right thing after noticing a few people who appeared to be homeless going through the trash looking for food. General manager Michelle Lussier didn't just sit back and feel bad; she took action by hanging a welcoming sign in the window.

It read:

To the person going through our trash for their next meal, you're a human being and worth more than a meal from a dumpster.

Please come in during operating hours for a couple slices of hot pizza and a cup of water at no charge. No questions asked.

A twitter user, Rachel Nistler, noticed the sign and shared it with her followers.

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The story was picked up by the local news.



People agree it was a wonderful thing to do.









Now that's an offer we can all get behind.

H/T: Indy100, VT



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