Woman Tips a Waitress $5,000 With Boyfriend's Credit Card to Get Revenge

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What a generous way to get revenge . . . even if it was a felony.

There's a 24-year-old woman named Serina Wolfe from Buffalo, New York. And last week, she and her boyfriend Michael Crane were on vacation in Clearwater, Florida.

They got into a big argument while they were having dinner at a restaurant and Michael left, so Serina decided to get revenge . . . by giving the waitress a $5,000 TIP using Michael's credit card. The meal cost $55.37, so that's about a 9,000% tip.

Michael confronted Serina when he saw the charge, but she denied it . . . so he called the cops to report credit card fraud. After they got involved, Serina admitted what she did.

She was arrested for felony grand theft.

As for the money . . . well, it's not clear who's going to cover it. The restaurant says they already gave the waitress the $5,000 in cash, and if I were her, I wouldn't give it back. 

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