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Lost And Found: Tips For Jesus Leaves Personalized Stamp And Murse At Acabar

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Tips For Jesus has quickly become one of the country's most sought after instagrammers, but not because he posts gorgeous food porn or copious selfies. He's been doling out massive tips to servers, including some here in Los Angeles, giving members of the service industry a tinge of hope amidst all the talk of raising wages.

So far here in L.A., he's been to the Hungry Cat, Jumbo's, Fig & Olive, and Acabar, to name a few.

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When he dropped into Acabar in West Hollywood a few weeks ago, he ended upgiving a law school applicantcocktail waitress the $5K she needed to finish up here apps. Incidentally, he also left his fancy pants Tips For Jesus stamp, which he uses to mark the checks that he signs. Not that a guy like this couldn't afford another one, but Acabar's managing partner Sue Choi is currently trying to return the leather murse and its contents to its rightful owner.

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So, if you're out there Jesus, just know that your precious goodies have been found, and you're welcome to pick them up at your earliest convenience.