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Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) –- On today’s “Weird Wall Street,” Adam Johnson, Trish Regan and Matt Miller discuss bizarre stories in business. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Street, where bizarre is business as usual.

A dairy queen manager in minnesota won praise from none other than warren buffett himself.

The dairy cream employee was serving a blind customer.

A man dropped a $20 bill and the woman behind him in line picked it up and put it in her purse.


Who would do that, right?

Any human with the tiniest amount of respect for mankind would runs that person in the face.

I hope what you are about to say is that the employee clocked this woman.

She did not clocked her, but she did tell the woman to give the money back.

When the woman refused, she kicked her out of the store.

The woman refused!

You cannot make this up.

But it gets better.

A customer happen to see this and e-mailed the store to praise the good deed.

The message went viral, making its way to warren buffett, whose company owns dairy queen.

Esther buffett called the employee and thanked the employee for being such a great role model.

Nice story.

I hope the dairy queen employee reached into the cash register and get $20 to the guy and gave him a free, you know -- i assumed he took the money back from the woman who pocketed it.

It is mind-boggling, but it happened.

When you have to commune -- commend someone for doing basic human goodness -- every now and then, we need a reminder.

Here is a reminder it is ok to

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