A popular Philadelphia restaurant is creating quite the buzz surrounding Eagles running back LeSean McCoy.
The restaurant PYT posted a photo on its Facebook page Monday that they claim is McCoy’s bill.
The burger joint claims McCoy left a $0.20 tip on a bill totaling $61.56. (CLICK HERE to see the post.)
“I just thought it was pretty callous and insensitive,” PYT owner Tommy Up told NBC10 in Philadelphia. “Twenty cents isn’t an industry standard.”
According to an article NBC10 posted, the waiter who claims he served McCoy and his friends said things didn’t go well, including making a mistake on their appetizer.
The waiter also told NBC10 McCoy and his party acted rude toward him.
PYT has received a mixed reaction after posting the receipt on its Facebook page. Some people have commented that it was unprofessional on their part, while others sympathize with the server.
The Eagles and McCoy have not publicly commented on the alleged incident.
According to TMZ, actor Charlie Sheen has offered the waiter $1,000 to make up for McCoy's tiny tip.
CLICK HERE to read the entire article from NBC10’s website.
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