Man Deliberately Ends 'Pay It Forward' Streak at Starbucks

Peter Schorsch refused to pay for the next customer's order while at a Florida Starbucks.
0:37 | 08/22/14

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The pay it forward streak -- a drive there's Starbucks in Saint Petersburg is over. Peter shores who describes himself as a blogger and part time political consultant. Got wind of the phenomenon and promptly got in line and it by refusing to buy a drink for the person behind him. He's an apologetic saying it wasn't spontaneous. And people are being forced to pay. And claims he tipped the Barry -- 100 dollars on top of -- all. Altogether the stores pay it forward -- lasted for ten hours with 457. Customers gladly taking part.

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