Around the world, tipping is known as a time-honored way of thanking a person for his/her outstanding service. In fact, in many cases, it has become the main source of income for people who work in the hospitality industry. Tipping is highly encouraged, especially when a person feels particularly satisfied or even impressed with the service provided. Tipping news is published when celebrities shell out more than usual for the service they have received.
1. $4,000 Tip – Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp, the Pirates of the Caribbean star, dropped a doozey of a tip amounting to $4000, to a waiter at Chicago steakhouse, Gibsons. The waiter who received the tip is Mohammed A. Sekhani, and Depp, as a result, has become the number-one tipper and best celebrity-tipper in the world. On two other occasions, he has even left tips of $1,500 and $2,600 at other restaurants.
2. Charlie Sheen
The famous American actor tipped each of the restaurant employees $200 after his daughter’s big birthday party at a local restaurant. He has even been known to tip $100 at one of the local beauty salons.
3. Julia Roberts
Recently, when Julia Roberts noshed out at Venice eatery having lunch with two of her industry friends, she tipped 100% of the bill to the server in showing her gratitude. It is said that whenever she goes out to a restaurant, she always tips the servers with 100% percent of the bill.
4. David Beckham
You may have heard of generous tippers, but you might not have heard of ridiculous tippers. Beckham left a tip of $1,000 on a bill amounting to $100. He and his teammates were at Joxer Daly’s Bar, celebrating a win over Manchester United and it was there that he left the big tip. One of the waiters said, “David drank only mineral water and signed autographs for everyone who asked. I hugged him so tight and he didn’t mind at all.”
5. Bill Murray
The American comedy actor is very generous in dishing out tips at restaurants. Whenever he goes to a restaurant, he always tips to the total amount of check. Bill Murray is clearly the exception to the rule.