- Servers in a restaurant in Ohio were surprised when a patron left a $2,500 tip just before their store temporarily closes down
- The unknown man also left a note that says that the tip should be divided equally among five persons whose names were listed down
- The temporary closure is an order from the government in order to contain COVID-19
A patron left servers in a restaurant on awe after leaving a $2,500 tip before they temporarily stop operations. This is part of the measures imposed by the government to minimize the risk of further spreading COVID-19.
Coaches and Bar Grill in Ohio shared in a tweet the act of kindness that did not only touch them but also gave them hope.
“When the going gets tough, the tough stay loyal. This loyal, amazing patron of Coaches on Bethel left the staff a $2500 tip to help lighten the losses during this required closing of Restaurants & Bars in Ohio,” the restaurant shared in a tweet.
The patron also left a note that says “Please split this tab equally [among] Tara, Nicky, Jim, Liz, and Arran. The tip amount is $2,500.”
Good News Network said that when Ohio Governor Mike DeWine limited food services operations to delivery and carryout transactions, they were worried because it means less income for them. But in an amazing turn of events, this was replaced by tears of joy.
“We’ve got unprecedented times going on, we’ve got people fighting over toilet paper and so on and so forth, and to have a guy show up and care enough about people that give him a beer and a hamburger once in a while, that means a lot. It is humanity at its best,” restaurant owner Benny Leonard told 10TV. “(There were) tears, tears of joy. An unbelievable act of kindness on a pretty weird day.”