Sioux Falls Bound Jeff Foxworthy Pulls Random Act of Kindness
If you take out your wallet at the supermarket and pay for someone else's groceries, you might be a redneck ... or just Jeff Foxworthy.
The comedian, who is bringing the I've Been Thinking tour to Sioux Falls along with Larry the Cable Guy, made a Georgia woman's day on Saturday when he picked up her grocery bill.
A woman named Robin was coming home from her son's basketball game and stopped in to the supermarket to get a few items. While she was at the register worrying about affording the items and dealing with her fussy kids, Foxworthy appeared from behind her and asked the cashier, "How much is she short?"
She turned around and was shocked when she saw who it was. She says Foxworthy then put his credit card in the machine and said, "Watch this." The mom gave him a hug and got to take a photo with him.
Writing on her Facebook page, Robin said, "The kids were restless and look who was behind me. He paid for my order when I wasn't looking! I love Jeff Foxworthy!"
McFadden says she believes it was "good karma" being paid back because she had just helped a friend with some money last week.
Catch Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy at the Denny Sanford Premier Center on April 28, 2017.