“Tommy Up’s Friend” Is Auctioning off LeSean McCoy’s Receipt on eBay

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Absurd item description:

The item up for Auction is the controversial $0.20 Receipt for Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy’s meal at Philadelphia Restaurant, PYT.

The aforementioned receipt has caused quite the media buzz amongst social media/news networks/celebrities along with many others.

Not only do you get to keep a memento of weird current events/social media history but you also get an autograph from incredibly talented Philadelphia Eagles running back, LeSean McCoy!!!

As to how I came into possession of this item:

My good friend Tommy Up has left this receipt in my possession in order to ensure something positive comes out of this somewhat negative action that has recently taken place.

With your help we’ll be able to leave the largest tip possible to all PYT employees for their hard work and dedication.

The only thing we would like to ask on your end is for the winner to write a personalized note or card to the PYT staff, which we give to the staff along with the winning bid/tip. (We want to give credit where credit is due)

Happy Bidding!!!

This is attention-whoring the likes of which we’ve never seen. Never mind that the scummy tactic of selling a credit card receipt containing a (millionaire’s!) name and four digits* feels dangerously close to being illegal.

*I’m guessing they’re pretty accessible with the receipt in your possession.


8 Responses

  1. McCoy handled this wrong. Now this Jo gets all the attention and is making money off of this. I will never patronize this place.

  2. I had a better burger at a little league concession stand yesterday….was 3…this guy couldn’t boil fucking water

  3. I’m writing a letter to Visa. Visa requires its merchants to deposit their receipts. Can’t deposit it if you sell it. Hopefully they’ll take his machine away, and hopefully they’ll update their policies to ban this typed of behavior. I’m guessing most cardholders expect their receipts to be private, and knowing that someone can pull this kind of crap certainly won’t make people more eager to use their cards.

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