Breaking News

Uber hires ex-U.S. Attorney General Holder to probe sexual harassment

Uber hires ex-U.S. Attorney General Holder to probe sexual harassment

Uber Technologies Inc has hired former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to conduct a...

Donald Trump wasting his time complaining about media coverage, Malcolm Turnbull says

Donald Trump wasting his time complaining about media coverage, Malcolm Turnbull says

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has suggested US President Donald Trump is wasting his...

Senate scraps gold pass, votes to establish authority to oversee ex-politicians' entitlements

Senate scraps gold pass, votes to establish authority to oversee ex-politicians' entitlements

Former federal politicians will no longer be able to take free flights on the...

1.5 million people will see reduction in Family Tax Benefit supplements under welfare changes

1.5 million people will see reduction in Family Tax Benefit supplements under welfare changes

The Federal Government has conceded 1.5 million people will see a reduction in Family Tax...

Donald Trump accuses courts of being political ahead of travel ban ruling

Donald Trump accuses courts of being political ahead of travel ban ruling

US President Donald Trump has defended his immigration executive order as necessary for...

Print

Drunk restaurant diner leaves generous $1000 tip then asks for it back the next day when he's sobered up

A drunk customer who put down a tip of $1000 for returned to the restaurant the next morning to ask for it back.

The unnamed man was dining at the Thailicious restaurant in Edgewater, Colorado when he tucked into a meal which was so good he wanted to reward it.

But the waiter was stunned when the reward turned out to be $1,000.

He took it to his boss, Bee Anantatho, who was thrilled, but warned her staff to hold on to the money overnight.

“He said he’d read a lot of stories like this, but usually the tip is a couple hundred dollars, not $1,000,” she told the Denver Post , adding: “He was so happy.”

The next morning, the hungover diner returned with a red face.

“He said, ‘I’m sorry, I was drunk. He didn’t know he put all the money he had in the checkbook,” Ms Anantatho.

He paid the bill plus around $100 as a tip instead of $1,000.