The owner of Philly burger joint PYT, Tommy Up, accused Philadelphia Eagles player LeSean McCoy of leaving a small tip of only 20 cents instead of 20 percent.
McCoy and three guests visited PYT Monday night and although the group’s bill turned out to be $61.76 — he left a 20 cent tip, which is only .32 percent.
The owner established on the restaurant’s Facebook page it was the LeSean McCoy — not a random one who didn’t leave a real tip.
But although some expected backlash on McCoy’s end, the restaurant has actually experienced the bulk of the backlash, instead of the NFLer — specifically on Facebook.
One commenter questioned the restaurant’s service and responded with a bad service experience he (or she) experienced.
“How was the service? I’ve had shi**y service with you guys before. Maybe he thought it was fair.”
And another commenter pointed out Up and PYT made the wrong decision blasting a customer on Facebook and posting the receipt.
“Bad form PYT. Posting this is disturbing and unprofessional. Have you read your Yelp page? SMH.”
Nevertheless, Up maintained his story about McCoy. He pointed out there was no problem with the service and that the men were a handful — expressing the need for a bigger tip. “They were not easy customers,” he said.
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