"A gift from God": Waitress receives car worth R360 000 as tip

"A gift from God": Waitress receives car worth R360 000 as tip

- A waitress was handed the keys to a new car as a tip from regular customers

- The couple asked the waitress to have a seat after she served them

- At first, she thought she was in trouble, but then they handed her a gift bag with the car's keys inside

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A waitress who works at a restaurant in Arkansas, America, has received a tip she will never forget.

Maria Elena Barragan often served a couple, David and Shelia Harrison, who were regulars at the restaurant she worked at.

The couple asked her to sit down with them after she served them, NWA Democrat-Gazette reported.

At first Barragan thought she had done something wrong, but then she was handed a gift bag with the car's keys inside.

The Harrisons gifted the waitress a 2019 Buick Encore costing an estimated $24,000, which is more than R360 000.

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"A gift from God": Waitress receives car worth R360 000 as tip

Waitress receives car worth R360 000 as tip. Photo credit: NWA Democrat-Gazette/Twitter.
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The story touched the hearts of tweeps, who applauded the couple for giving Barragan the car.

Kirt Sloan, who goes by the Twitter handle @KirtSloan, commented: "Awesome people!! All the way around."
Another tweep, @Drew23232323, added: "Heart warming, GodBless them all!"
Robert E Lee, @RobertE06543180, wrote: "You must be a special person. God has blessed you."
Twitter user, @harmonynjoy, said: "What a very kind gift!"

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that another kind customer gifted a restaurant employee a car.

The emotional moment he handed over the vehicle was caught on video and it went viral on social media.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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