Isn't it good to know that amidst all the bad things happening in the world today, there are still some kind people out there?

San Diego. He felt that management did not treat his guests fairly, so the next night he went back to the same eating establishment with an even larger group.

  O'Neil told
Sporting News.Com:

"They need to learn how to treat all humans as such. #ContentOfCharacter #AllLivesMatter."

O'Neil had a way better experience the second time at the Yardhouse restaurant. He said that he and his party were treated with respect and dignity The giant WWE wrestler empathizes with those who are less fortunate because there were many times in his childhood when he and his family had to go without. He credits his mom for raising him right. He continues doing good for others regardless of their physical appearance or status in life.