65-year-old Kirby Evans was allegedly asked by the manager of a Walterboro, South Carolina convenience store to "cover his face" while seated in the eating area because of his unusual appearance.
"The words that came out of her mouth hurt me so deep", he said. "Just so you know.my father cannot cover his face with an eye patch".
Brandy, who said on Facebook her father has trouble wearing an eye patch because "it rubs the eye socket raw and where his nose was", also said he is on a fixed income and can't afford reconstructive surgery.
Brandy says her father can not wear an eye patch because it "rubs the eye socket raw and where his nose was", and said he can not afford reconstructive surgery.
Her post unleashed an avalanche of anger toward the owner and an outpouring of empathy for Kirby, with people posting offers of surgery and prostheses on his daughter's account.
Humiliated, he left the store in tears, then told his daughter Brandy what had happened. "He can not help what the cancer did to him", she wrote in the post. "I did not ask your father to quit comming [sic] in the store to eat all I asked him in my office was if he could cover his face when he came to eat", she wrote. Her husband told WCSC that she was emotionally upset and can't talk about what happened, but that the store is wrongfully accused.
'He can not help what the cancer did to him'. "My father was discriminated against because of the way he looks".
Evans railed against the woman who runs the store in Walterboro where Kirby had bought doughnuts earlier this week and stopped inside to eat them.
"It's really made me proud to watch everybody rally around him and let him know that he doesn't have to hide his battle scars", she said.
'I do not see absolutely anything wrong with what I did.
'I have bills to pay and I work very hard to please customers'. I promise you he will never ever set foot in that store again! I had no choice!
Thousands of people have shared Brandy's Facebook post. "It was running my customers off".
A representative for Forks Pit Stop did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment Friday.