Bono leaves $150 tip at famous Los Angeles deli
Bono is once again proving himself to be a generous man.
The 55-year-old U2 frontman stopped by Canter's Deli in Los Angeles on Saturday night for some late-night eats, where he totally made a 50-year restaurant veteran's night.
According to Billboard, when the lucky waitress picked out his meal for him upon the rocker's request -- a corned beef reuben, french fries, onion rings, and for dessert, chocolate chip rugelach on the house -- Bono responded with a pretty sizable tip.
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Bono left a $150 for the waitress, on a bill that totaled less than $20.
... It's safe to say Bono enjoyed the waitress' recommendations!
U2 was actually in town to play at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. on Wednesday night.
Last month, U2 made headlines when their guitarist, the Edge, fell off the stage during their Vancouver show. Watch the scary moment below:
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