Bad Service, Big Tip
Makenzie and Steven Schultz left a big tip for what they say was terrible service and they're telling INSIDE EDITION why they chose to pay it forward.
You've never seen a restaurant bill like this.
Imagine a waiter getting a $100 tip on a $66 tab, and the tipper thought the service was terrible.
Makenzie and Steven Schultz left the big tip. They were celebrating their sixth wedding anniversary at Kazoku restaurant in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Makenzie told INSIDE EDITION, "It was pretty chaotic from the beginning. You could just really tell that the server had a lot of tables and there was not much help."
On the bill, Makenzie wrote: "We've both been in your shoes. Paying it forward."
"We didn't wait for him to see the receipt before we left. We just wanted to make his night a little better," said Makenzie.
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And no one was more surprised by the tip than their waiter, 21-year-old Kyle Hanson.
Hanson said, "Initially, I thought that there were one too many zeroes. I was a bit caught off guard by that."
After the dinner, Makenzie posted the bill on Facebook and it went viral around the world. So, why did she do it?
"Because more kindness needs to spread," said Makenzie.
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