CLEVELAND -- He's been immortalized as an action figure, honored as a hero on a T-shirt and a local restaurant even named a burger after him.
Now, Charles Ramsey, one of the men credited in rescuing three missing women who were held captive for years in a Seymour Avenue home, is being treated to free burgers for life.
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Local restaurants including Fahrenheit, Hodges, Pura Vida, Flour, Washington Place Bistro and even a restaurant in Pennsylvania have offered Ramsey free burgers for life.
You may recall, he was eating a McDonald's Big Mac, when he heard the calls for help on Seymour Avenue where Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were found alive.
After hearing the news, McDonald's tweeted they would be in touch, but we haven't heard of any offers or deals yet from the golden arches.