Steelers RB Defends Leaving 75-Cent Tip For Md. Server

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — A Pittsburgh Steelers player is defending his actions after leaving a small tip at a College Park pizzeria.

According to WUSA, running back Deangelo Williams tipped 75-cents on an almost $130 bill Sunday night after eating dinner at Ledo Restaurant.

Williams, who was in town ahead of Monday night’s game against the Redskins, says he got lousy service. His server and other restaurant workers took to social media to complain.

Williams says he waited more than an hour for his food, and when it came, the order was wrong. He defended his actions on Twitter.

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  1. Kate says:

    If what he’s saying is true then I support his low tip. A tip isn’t a right or guaranteed.

  2. Jimi Beaudet says:

    I don’t believe either that servers are ENTITLED to a tip if the service isn’t up to par!!! From what I’ve seen and read about this guy, even know he’s a Steeler now, he’s a very decent guy. I’d be willing to bet his actions were warranted.

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