Keri Marie Carlson was working her waitressing shift with a broken hearing aid April 10 when one of her diners noticed she had some trouble hearing him. Carlson told ABC News that the customer then offered her $500 to get it fixed.
Keri Marie Carlson was working her waitressing shift with a broken hearing aid April 10 when one of her diners noticed she had some trouble hearing him. Carlson told ABC News that the customer then offered her $500 to get it fixed. ABC News Screenshot
Keri Marie Carlson was working her waitressing shift with a broken hearing aid April 10 when one of her diners noticed she had some trouble hearing him. Carlson told ABC News that the customer then offered her $500 to get it fixed. ABC News Screenshot

‘I can’t let you go home like this’: Diner offers waitress $500 tip to fix hearing aid

April 20, 2017 07:51 AM

UPDATED April 20, 2017 11:10 AM

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