Former Penn Stater and current Kansas City Chief Tamba Hali grabbed a lot attention last week for his 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles in the Chiefs’ 17-16 victory over the Houston Texans.
He’s now grabbing quite a bit of attention for something he did after Sunday’s victory.
According to multiple media reports, Hali left a $1,000 plus tip at a Kansas City area restaurant.
Hali and a group of 15 friends ran up a tab of $1,530.40, according to cbssports.com. Because his party had more than 10 people in it, a 19.4 percent gratuity was automatically added. That left Hali with a total bill of $1,827.09. He then added another $1,000 for a total tip of $1,296.69.
It works out to better than a 84 percent tip.
“It made our day. Hands down, it made our day,” server Joshua Roan said, via KCTV-5 in Kansas City. “The staff was over the top. He was the last guest in the building. There was a lot of shouting and hollering after he left. We had to wait until he left. We had to keep it professional.”
To see a photo of Hali’s bill, click here.