A teenager's $2 tip to a restaurant waitress brought new meaning to the term "dirty money," because the bills were allegedly covered with fecal matter.
The suspect, a 17 year old in Muncie, Indiana, was charged with battery with bodily waste, TheBigLead.com reports.
The incident happened Sunday afternoon after the Brothers Bar & Grill waitress left the bill at a table where the unnamed teen sat with three members of the Ball State football team.
The teen reportedly emerged from the restaurant's bathroom and put money into the waitress' black folder.
According to police, the waitress saw the suspect laugh when she picked up the check and smelled a “foul odor.” She said two of the bills were covered in a brown substance that she later realized was fecal matter, the Ball State Daily reports.
Police were summoned and arrested the boy. He was later released to a guardian. Because he is a minor, his name is not being released.
His three companions were Ball State defensive back Darius Conaway, defensive lineman Kennan Noel and linebacker Nicholas Isaacs.
The Ball State University associate athletic director released a statement concerning the incident.
"We…find the alleged actions deplorable. We are continuing to collect information on the matter and will refrain from further judgment until then," he said, according to Complex.com.
The money left to the waitress isn't the only thing that stinks at Ball State. The football team is currently 1-5.