Bogus tip

This makes my head hurt. Not that someone actually thinks they got tipped $200,000, but that someone basically came up with a new way to dine-and-dash and no one recognizes it. I hate it when people say “slow news day?” but for Business Insider, yes, it really was.

And if you want to get fussy, the woman did NOT add $200,000 to the bill of  $111.54. If she had, the amount would have been $200,111.54, not $211,000.54.

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