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MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP/WCCO) — A waitress in Minnesota is suing after $12,000 was left at her restaurant table — she says it was a tip but police say, it’s drug money, according to The Forum.
The lawsuit was filed in Clay County District Court and alleges that the waitress found a box, left at her table at the Fryn’ Pan restaurant in Moorhead. She said she followed the customer to her car to return the box but the woman told her to keep it.
The waitress said she found bundled rolls of cash inside the box, totaling $12,000.
She said even though she has five children and could use
Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by bknapple32
So what if it's drug money.. it won't be used in court, so why keep it? Ohhh that's right.. it's "evidence" which is pig speak for "I'm going to split this money with my brothers in blue, maybe have a nice night out or buy a new toy"
Hope the waitress learned her lesson. Never call the cops when you find money, especially when it's given to you.
Originally posted by bknapple32
Yea, its not like she found the money in some back alley ( even then it should be hers after 90 days). But she got this as a tip. Do whats right, unfairly tax her and let her keep the scraps.