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Anonymous ‘Tips for Jesus’ leaving thousands of dollars in tips, ‘doing Lord’s work’

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An anonymous diner or a group of diners have been leaving generous tips at restaurants across the country and posting pictures of the receipts on an Instagram account with the username @tipsforjesus.

The mystery tipper or tippers have apparently left thousands of dollars in tips at restaurants in San Francisco, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago and several other cities.

According to the Instagram account, the ‘Tips for Jesus’ campaign is “Doing the Lord’s work, one tip at a time.”

The account has amassed over 25,000 followers.

A @tipsforjesus diner recently left a server at The Hungry Cat in Los Angeles a $1,000 tip on a $266 bill, MyFoxLA.com reported.

On Tuesday, a University of Notre Dame campus restaurant said two bartenders would share a $10,000 tip that was left by a group of men who signed the receipt @tipsforjesus and posted a photo of the bartenders with their tab on Instagram.

A manager at MoonDogs Too in Port Orchard, Washington also said a group of men left a $5,000 tip on Saturday, according to WNDU.com.

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