Helping out: Customers write orders for deaf cashier

Customers write orders for deaf cashier

  • “The story going viral,” Taylor Pope, 20, wrote to ABC News today.
  • Pope’s mother, Jennifer Pope, told ABC news that Sanders’ Facebook post has boosted her son’s confidence.
  • As Sanders got closer to the front of the line, she noticed cashier Pope mouthing to the customers, “I’m deaf,” she said.
  • [Pope’s] extremely shy, but you can tell by his eyes, he’s very kind and sweet.
  • Customers write their orders at Whataburger for cashier Taylor Pope, who is deaf.

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@10NewsWTSP: “Customers write orders for deaf cashier”


DENTON, TEXAS – A Texas man was unknowingly photographed at his job last weekend as customers learned he was hearing-impaired and began writing down their food orders.


Helping out: Customers write orders for deaf cashier

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