A coffee shop in Ohio isn't just offering forgiveness to the man who stole from a tip jar, it's offering him free food, too.
"He stuck his hand straight into the tip jar and took out as much as he could get and walked out like nothing happened," store manager Scott Moses told WKYC.
Moses and the shop's owner decided not to press charges, assuming instead that the man was "probably in desperate times."
Instead of filing a police report, they offered compassion.
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Then they started a canned food drive at both Nervous Dog locations. If the man comes forward, the coffee shop will give him all the donated food, with no questions asked. If he doesn't come forward, the food will be donated to a local food bank.
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