After This Hooters Waitress Met A Strange Homeless Man, He Suddenly Handed Her His Necklace

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Image: Facebook/Morissa Pena
Image: Facebook/Morissa Pena

Morissa Pena arrived at work and noticed someone different in the parking lot of the Hooters restaurant where she worked. She later learned that he was called Rick, he was homeless, and he had a very special gift for her. It was, in fact, the necklace he was wearing.

Image: Facebook/Morissa Pena
Image: Facebook/Morissa Pena

In 2016 Pena worked at Hooters, the famous wings restaurant, but aside from being a server, she is also a professional make-up artist. Indeed, she has used her skills to transform actors into ghoulish characters at Fear Farm, a haunted house in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Image: Facebook/Morissa Pena
Image: Facebook/Morissa Pena

But on February 3 that year, it would be Pena’s waitressing job that brought her the fulfillment usually reserved for her make-up artistry. Because, as she described in a Facebook post, on that day she pulled into work and just “happened to glance in [her] rear view mirror.”

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