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Cancer Survivor Says He Was Told to Leave Gas Station Because of His Disfigured Face

Cancer Survivor Says He Was Told to Leave Gas Station Because of His Disfigured Face

A cancer survivor, who lost his nose and an eye, was left mortified after he claims he was told to leave a South Carolina gas station because of his appearance.

According to the man’s daughter Brandy Evans, her father Kirby Evans, 65, was picking up a bite to eat at Forks Pit Stop when he was discriminated against for his disfigured face.

After buying a pack of donuts and a drink, Brandy alleges in a post shared on Facebook that the store’s owner “grabbed him by his shirt and pulled him into her office.”

Brandy then claims the owner, who she identified as Donna Crosby later said, “If he was going to eat in here he would have to cover his face.”

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