Pandemic hit period Customer offers big amount as tip, US Restaurant

A media report from US has said, a customer left a whopping $5,600 tip at a restaurant in the US state of Ohio, which enabled the establishment's 28-person staff to take home $200 each. In a Facebook post, Moussa Salloukh, the owner of Souk Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar in Toledo, said the generosity of a customer left staffers to cry tears of joy, news agency said in its report published on Monday. 

"This really happened. Last night one of our guests left a $5,600 tip to be given to all of our staff, whether they were working that shift or not. It meant each of our 28 staff members received a $200 tip. What an amazing gesture of kindness to my employees," Salloukh wrote in his facebook post dated December 13. "Be the reason someone believes in the goodness of people," he said. 

His post added, "With Covid restrictions and guidelines, that was not going to happen for them this year. So this heartfelt generosity was deeply needed and very appreciated." He has attached a photo of the receipt that the customer left behind, showing a one penny food purchase and the handwritten $5,600 tip. About 17 per cent of the country's restaurants, rough count of 110,000, have permanently closed this year, with thousands more on the brink of shutting shop, according to a recent National Restaurant Association report and this massive tip came at this time. 

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