After a patron in Pennsylvania sought his tip back, Alfredo's Pizza Cafe filed a $3,000 lawsuit against him.
A Pennsylvania pizza joint that has gained notoriety for being referenced in the popular comedy series "The Office" is suing a client for $3,000 after the client gave that sum as a tip but then requested a refund.
According to Jacobson, the restaurant is currently suing the patron, who added that everyone "felt someone was truly trying to do a nice thing."
Numerous users of social media commented on the alleged act of compassion as the tale gained popularity.
Staff members were thrilled when the credit card payment was processed on their computer, despite their initial skepticism given the significant amount of money.
Without any other options, Alfredo's decided to sue Smith to get their $3,000 back.