A waitress at a U.S. restaurant says she received an unusual tip — an envelope full of methamphetamine.
The Daily Astorian newspaper reports the Oregon waitress contacted police Friday after a couple included the envelope while paying for their drinks.
The responding officer identified the substance and arrested 40-year-old Ryan Bensen and 37-year-old Erica Manley.
“She was like ‘Whoa — what the …?’” said Steve Keszler, a manager at the steakhouse told The Oregonian. “We’re not a little dive bar or hole in the wall. We’re a classy place.”
The couple allegedly tried to pay with a gift card at first, but did not have enough money on they card. (Photo: Clatsop County Jail)
THE DOG BUS IN PORTLAND - “We have this great dog bus and this great woman in our neighborhood who takes the dogs to the park. And everybody loves it…”
A woman named Meg Vogt in Portland uses this colorful bus to take area dogs to the dog park. She says that “[i]t’s just trust and respect. These dogs just totally trust me and then we have equal respect…I’m not the alpha dog here. I’m just the camp counselor, and we all just go together and have a good time.” Looks like a fun ride. Click here for the full story and a news video from KATU.com.