​Man with ALS shares his love of ridiculous tuxedos

Chris Rosati, a North Carolina man with ALS, continues to devote his time to spreading acts of kindness, all while maintaining a remarkable sense of humor. Steve Hartman first introduced us to Rosati in January 2014 on the "CBS Evening News." At the time Rosati was planning to steal a doughnut truck in his home state of North Carolina in order to hand out doughnuts for free.

Months later, in August, Hartman checked in with Rosati as he organized an event to encourage kids to come up with ideas to help others. A year later, Rosati is still on a mission to see how far a simple act of kindness can go.

Hartman will feature Rosati's latest idea tonight on the "CBS Evening News" as part of his On The Road series. But in the meantime, you can catch a bit of Rosati's contagious attitude with a funny skit he did with Hartman in the video at the top of the page. It involves tuxedos, wardrobe changes, and more tuxedos.

And if you happen to have a photo sporting a fun tux, tag your photo on Instagram/Twitter @CBSEveningNews with the hashtag #TuxedosForChris.