"It hurt deep inside": Cancer survivor told to cover his face

Modesto Morganelli
Ottobre 15, 2018

Brandy Evans said the store owner, Donna Crosby, commented on the Facebook post and said in part, "I in no way tried to hurt your father ..."

Cancer survivor Kirby Evans bout with cancer was a success but it left him with a disfigured face, with his left eye and nose significantly affected.

A cancer survivor's daughter shares the story of how her father was treated unfairly by a store owner in SC.

"[He] went and sit down at one of the tables but, before he could get seated at a table, the owner grabbed him by his shirt and pulled him into her office".

"She told him 'IF HE WAS GOING TO EAT IN HERE HE WOULD HAVE TO COVER HIS FACE!,'" Brandy Evans wrote on Facebook.

'He can not help what the cancer did to him'. "It hurt deep inside", he told CBS affiliate WCSC-TV.

Brandy Evans, Kirby Evans' daughter, posted about the alleged incident to Facebook, where it had more than 8,000 shares.

"It's really made me proud to watch everybody rally around him and let him know that he doesn't have to hide his battle scars", she said. "Just so you know ... my father cannot cover his face with an eye patch".

The woman acknowledged asking Kirby to cover his face in a long post on Brandy's page.

'I do not see absolutely anything wrong with what I did.

A representative for Forks Pit Stop did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment Friday.

"I run a food service business where people dine in". He would come in at lunch time and sit at the food booths right at my busy time everyday. I have bills to pay too, and I work very hard to please my customers, and I would never, ever want to hurt anyone's feelings, but it was the kindest way I knew to come across to him. It was running my customers off.

He said he cannot afford reconstructive surgery and can't wear an eye patch because the skin around it is sensitive. According to Kirby, he did not know that there were so many people who cared but that they were out there.

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