This is why you pay your bar tab and don’t skip out on it [VIDEO]

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A restaurant in Nevada posted a photo to its Facebook page of a man who allegedly bailed on a $100 tab. The post from Brewer’s Cabinet went viral, and led to the arrest of Saul Zelaznog on charges of violating his parole.

Zelaznog told the Reno Gazette-Journal that he intended to pay bar tab once his family wired him drinking money. “They’re acting like I ran out of there; I was going to be back to take care of my tab,” he told the paper, adding that another bar had offered him a similar booze advance.