A waiter received what she thought was a $20 tip, but it turned out to be a religious pamphlet.
Photos uploaded to image-sharing site Imgur on Dec. 30 show what appeared to be $20 tucked underneath a ketchup bottle, found by 17-year-old Wichita, Kansas, waiter Garret Wayman.
When Garret unfolded the bill, text was written on the front side that read, “Don’t be fooled! There is something you can have more valuable than money.”
On the back side of the fake bill was a series of paragraphs preaching a religious message.
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Fake bills with religious messages have surfaced before over the years.
AOL reported in 2011 on a waiter receiving a fake $10 bill with a religious message claiming that some things are better than money, “like your eternal salvation, that was brought and paid for by Jesus going to the cross.”