Mystery man in Canada buys hundreds free Tim Horton's coffee
July 26, 2013 (EDMONTON) (WLS) -- Customer after customer trying to buy coffee at a restaurant in Canada this week had their money waived away.
Employees at the Edmonton Tim Horton's restaurant say an anonymous donor slapped down nearly CA$ 900 to pay for customers' orders behind him.
Similar incidents have been reported at least six different times this week in Canada.
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