Charlie Sheen isn't judging LeSean McCoy for allegedly leaving a Philadelphia waiter a $.20 tip, but he is pledging the slighted waiter $1,000.
At least that's the offer he made to Rob Knelly, the waiter at PYT in Northern Liberties, whose boss, burger joint owner Tommy Up, took to social media to Monday to call out the Eagles running back for allegedly leaving a horrible tip.
dear Tommy Up at PYT in Philly. Please tell Rob K I'm pledging 1000 dollars to him for the tip debacle just wanna help. c #NoJudgement
— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) September 10, 2014
After the Eagles player and his friends left the restaurant, Up posted a photo of a receipt -- which he claimed was billed to McCoy -- on his Facebook page. The photo shows a $.20 tip on a bill that was more than $60.
McCoy called the receipt debacle "bull^*$#," according to Philadelphia Daily News sports reporter Les Bowen. He has not provided additional public comment.
Up says that posting the photo on Facebook was what his "heart told him to do." He says he wants nothing from athlete, but that an apology to his server would be "cool."
Being offered a $1,000 by Charlie Sheen is pretty cool, too.
Up posted to his Facebook page Wednesday night that they were in contact with Sheen and that the actor would be delivering a "surprise" on Thursday. They're unclear of what that surprise may be.