A Long Island teen who’d been coming into a Best Buy electronics store after school to play on the store’s Wii U console wept tears of joy when employees gifted him one of his very own.
A video posted to YouTube shows the young man — who appears to be about 16 years old — wearing a heavy coat and playing on the store’s demo console when an employee at the Valley Stream store gently walks up to him.
“On behalf of all of us here at Best Buy, we got you a Wii U so you don’t have to come here every day to play,” the employee told the stunned youth, handing him a box containing the $300 gaming device.
The man who uploaded the video on Dec. 7 to the site, Rahiem Storr, said he was a manager at Best Buy, the Daily Mail reported.
The clip shows the youth was initially …