Chiefs' Tamba Hali Leaves an 84.7 Percent Tip on a $1,530 Restaurant Bill

Chiefs' Tamba Hali Leaves an 84.7 Percent Tip on a $1,530 Restaurant BillImage via USA TODAY Sports

When you're the only undefeated team in the NFL after seven weeks, everybody wins. Case in point, the Kansas City Chiefs. In addition to the Chiefs' head coach Andy Reid displaying some Kool-Aid Man happiness, his players, namely Tamba Hali, are in such a good mood that they are tipping pret-ty well.

Following the Chiefs' 17-16 win over the Houston Texans, Hali went to the restaurant Fogo de Chao, located in the Kansas City-area, with 15 friends. In the end, the bill came out to $1,530.40. But, given the size of the group, a 19.4 percent gratuity ($296.69) was added on, totaling $1,827.09. While our immediate reaction would've probably been to head straight to the bathroom and make our great escape out of the window, Hali, who signed a five-year, $60 million contract in 2011, had no problem with picking up the tab. 

But Hali wasn't done there, he also left a 84.7 percent, or $1,000 tip. Check out the signed check in the thumbs. Tamba should've taken a picture with the check in hand as he placed his palm on his forehead because clearly, the Chiefs defensive lineman is suffering from success.  

[via Eye On Football]

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