The first tip has arrived at the Upper Deck Ale and Sports Grille in Hallandale for Corey, the server that was stiffed by Warren Sapp on Tuesday after he dined and watched the USA in the World Cup. The check from Mr. (blank) arrived with a note that says, 'Keep up the great work. It's hard to deal with boys.'
Legendary defensive tackle Warren Sapp admits to stiffing the waitress at the restaurant over a $70 dollar tab. He scribbled on the receipt..."boys don't tip." The waitress claims a family member then posted it on twitter.
Sapp shot back on twitter that he didn't leave her a tip because the service was terrible and she kept calling Sapp and his guest "Boys" which apparently ticked him off. The server, Corey, 26, told 940 WINZ host Andy Slater what happened when she served Sapp at Upper Deck Ale and Sports Grille in Hallandale, Fla. Here's Corey's side of the story:
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