Tom Hanks, known as one of Hollywood's finest people, and his wife stopped at a fast food site in Fontana, California, where he stood with clients and wished everyone all "Merry Christmas".
Moreover, the Hollywood actor paid all the orders to those who waited, according to the Independent.
Pictures of Hanks and Wilson, where the two take their meal with other In-N-Out Burger network guests, and those they photographed with the fans, were distributed online.
"Tom gave autographs on In-N-Out caps and took pictures with everyone. He was cute, he laughed, he talked to everyone. He hated us" Happy Christmas "when he left," a witness said.
The star, who could act as Geppetto in a live action movie "Pinocchio" produced by Disney, is known for his charity.
In 1993, when he shot for Forrest Gump in South Calorina, he met Mary Dunning Chapman, who was preparing to go to the altar. The young woman later said: "I saw a blue Lincoln at the traffic light in front of the church, a guy standing on the window of the car. I would ignore it, but when I got to church, the car stopped, the guy came down and started choosing me. "Hi, I'm Tom Hanks, and I just wanted you luck." He hugged me and kissed my cheek. I was very shocked. "
But weddings aren't the only occasions when Hanks surprises people. In 2012, a series of images arose where the actor appears next to a young man who pretends to be weak due to drinking in a restaurant in North Dakota.
Hanks proved to be one of the finest artists and in 2015 when he found a student bulletin in Central Park and published the photo with the Twitter document in the hope that the young woman would claim it, which has happened.
Tom Hanks, born July 9, 1956, is an American film actor, director, and producer who has twice won Oscar for "Best Actor", starring in the movie "Philadelphia" and "Forrest Gump". The American star has received three Oscar nominations for his work on "I Want To Be Big," "Save The Soldier Ryan" and "Naufragiatul." In his record, there are four Golden Globes and one Silver Bear, won at the Berlin Film Festival in 1994 for "Philadelphia".