Indiana teen tips waitress $2 covered in feces: report

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MUNCIE, Indiana (PIX11) — A 17-year-old boy is accused of tipping a waitress two dollars covered in feces.

A group of teens, including three Ball State football players, were having lunch at Brothers Bar & Grill Sunday. When their waitress gave them the bill, the 17-year-old suspect went to the bathroom as three others sat at the table, Ball State Daily reported.

Police told the website the boy placed money into the bill folder after he returned and began to laugh when the waitress picked up it up. The “foul” smelling folder had two dollars smeared with a brown substance. The waitress eventually realized it was feces and police were called to the scene.

The suspect, who was still at the restaurant when police arrived, was charged with battery of bodily waste. He was taken to Delaware County Juvenile Probation Center and released to the custody of his legal guardian.

Football players Kennan Noel, Nicholas Isaacs and Darius Conaway were identified as members in the group, but officials do not believe they played a direct role in the prank, WRTV reported. It might have just been a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Even so, Ball State football staff was made aware of the incident. They will not take action until more information is collected, but spoke to the players about being careful with who they associate with, the station reported.

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2 comments

  • tm

    I’m so glad the police were called right away. That is despicable. Swift action was very good. Kids do some really dumb things. Very mean spirited and just wrong.

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