A customer, who ordered two hotdogs and fries in a restaurant in New Hampshire, left a very generous $16,000 tip when he finished.
At first, the waiter at Stumble Inn Bar & Grill, in Londonderry, didn't look at the check or notice the tip until the customer left, local TV WMUR reported.
The bill was $37.93 for two hot dogs with hot sauce, fries and drinks, and became $16,037.93 with the generous tip.
"The customer paid with a credit card and jokingly told the staff: 'Don't spend it all in one place," said Mike Zarella, who owns the Stumble Inn Bar & Grill in Londonderry.
When she saw the value of the tip, the employee on the cash counter commented: "Oh my God! Are you serious?" it was an unfamiliar gesture in a country where people tip 15 to 20% of the bill's value.
"I wanted you to you to have the money because you work hard," the anonymous generous customer said.