MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If you get great service in a restaurant, what do you leave for a tip? — 20, 25 percent?

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One group in St. Paul ate about $50 worth of food Saturday night and then left a 2,000 percent tip.

It was captured on camera (watch above), because it’s part of Seth Collins’ cross-country tour in honor of his brother who recently passed.

His brother’s dying wish was that he be extra generous to servers.

And Saturday, he was…giving $500 to Robb Griffith at Eagle Street Grille in downtown St. Paul.

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A local woman matched that, with another $500.

“I didn’t know what to think, to be honest,” Griffith said. “I didn’t have any words. I was stupefied. I just got sweaty, but it was the nicest sweat ever.”

Griffith said the timing was great, because he’s been facing some challenges.

But still, he paid it forward, giving $100 each to the cook, bartender and two other servers.

Meanwhile, Collins is hoping to do something like this in all 50 states, with the help of donations.

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