Dying Wish Honored Tip
Friends and family give random waitress $500 tip to satisfy man's dying wish.
Aaron Collins' dying wish was to make someone else's day.
After his recent death his family fulfilled the Lexington, Kentucky man's wish and left a $500 tip for a waitress.
The tip was given to a waitress three days after Collins, 30, suddenly passed away.
His older brother Seth says the idea for the huge tip came from Aaron's will.
Seth says his brother didn't have much money so he put up a website - http://aaroncollins.org - for friends and family to donate.
One day later, with $500 raised, Seth and his family went to go get a bite to eat.
Seth says the pay-it-forward gesture will continue as long as they get donations.
So far he's got over $17,000.
That's 34 waiters and waitresses who will get a big surprise.