- An overjoyed waiter recently took to Facebook to express how happy he was after receiving a large tip
- In the post, the man explains that a regular at the restaurant where he works had left him the R4k tip
- Facebookers loved the feel-good post, many of them taking to the comment section to share their thoughts
A young waiter recently had his day made after receiving a large tip from a generous customer. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Elton Thamangani explained how a customer who is a regular at the restaurant blessed him with the cash.
"Just thought I could share this there so many good people out ther. When we opened restaurants after Level 3 lockdown, one of our local customers came to our restaurant and l served him with much joy as we had not seen each other for months; we laughed, talked and cracked jokes.
"When it was time for him to pay the bill of R3 800 he added R4 000 as a tip. At first I thought I was dreaming but I wasn't. There is nothing that beats the joy of being loved and appreciated. I just want to say thank you. #ImStaying," he wrote.
Stayers had this to say about the sweet post:
Benevolence Mhangwana said:
"Wow., what a blessing. Lord, I'm also ready for the time in my life to give such tips... I'm ready Lord."
Samantha Zimmerman said:
"You're very blessed. Such a wonderful gesture... There are angels and miracles in all forms. May his generosity make your life a little brighter and easier through these very difficult times. You are a most deserved waiter with I'm sure amazing service. Congrats I'm very thrilled for your good fortune."
In other touching Briefly.co.za news, A local woman recently received the help that she didn't expect with paying off her student debt. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Vivian West explained how a certain financial institution had offered to help her pay the debt even though she hadn't applied.
"I am staying because of ABSA. I'm still in disbelief since Friday I've been trying to digest the fact that all my fees have been paid for and I'm finally going to get my qualification.
"After owing A LOT of money for my tuition at the Vaal University of Technology and not getting a job, I had made peace with the fact that I'd never get my qualification because there was no way I could get the money unless I won the lottery."
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