A customer walked into a restaurant in New Hampshire on a Saturday afternoon, sat at the outdoor bar, and ordered some food.
After two hot dogs, some chips, a coke, a beer, and a shot of tequila, he paid $37 and left, but not before leaving a $16,000 tip.
“Don’t spend it all in one place,” the customer joked to the bartender, according to Mike Zarella, who owns the Stumble Inn Bar & Grill in Londonderry.
Before the bartender looked at the check or noticed the tip, the customer, who asked to remain anonymous, gave her two more hints to take a look.
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