Seth Collins ate at the Eagle Street Grille in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Saturday and gave one lucky waiter a $500 tip, which was then matched by a friend. When it was all said and done, the server walked away with $1,000.
Seth's brother, Aaron Collins, had a dying wish that he give “an awesome tip” to a random waiter, notes CBS Minnesota.
Aaron, who died on July 7, 2012, stated in his will: “I’m not talking about 25%. I mean $500 for a fu*king pizza.”
Ever since then, Seth has handed out hundreds of dollars to servers and restaurant employees across the U.S.
The tips are funded by online donations to Aaron’s Last Wish, an organization created by Seth. One-hundred percent of the donations go to the tips.
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In case waiters and waitresses are wondering, Seth's future stops are listed on the Aaron's Last Wish Facebook page.
Seth hopes to keep making generous contributions once a week for as long as he can. So far he has tipped big 58 times.