David Cameron, British Prime Minister, found himself playing waiter in Tuscany, the Telegraph reports.
Cameron enjoying his holiday in the piazza of Montevarchi when he was told by Italian waitress Francesca Ariani that she was too busy to bring them their coffees.
Cameron later paid the €3.10 ($4.47) bill with a €50 note and left no tip.
It’s unclear if this action was intended as a metaphor for any future Italian bailouts.
“I was a bit surprised about that because I’m told he’s quite wealthy,” Ariani told the Telegraph.
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