The average tip for service workers; waiters, cleaners, cab drivers and such is somewhere in the range of ten to twenty percent. Yet, 42-year-old Las Vegas cab driver, Adam Woldemarim recently received a tip that was just below one percent and he couldn't be happier. Woldemarim found a laptop case in his cab back in September that was stuffed with what turned out to be $221,000 in winnings from the Wynn Las Vegas casino, which he then turned in to his cab company's security office. After receiving his lost winnings back, the passenger tipped the driver $2000, which still makes it one of the cheapest tips in the history of tipping.
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[via USA Today]