Transcript for The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures installed shark used in 'Jaws'
And you know that this music that you're about to hear can only mean one thing. Wait for it. Maybe. We're going to need -- okay. Well, I want to you imagine the "Jaws" music, know the music. We're going to need a bigger boat or more time for this story or a bigger crane. The academy museum posting that the installed giant shark used in the make of the original, the one and only Steven Spielberg hit 1975 thriller "Jaws," they had to disassemble the glass walls of the museum to get this 1200-pound 25-foot-long prop into the building. The museum staff spending over aweek installing Bruce as he was lovingly named on set during the making of the cult classic. Well, Bruce now hangs 30 feet in the air ready to menace visitors as they walk through the doors of academyeum when it opens April 30th, 2021. A spectacle for sure, so excited to visit. Finally an act of kindness that C our attention. A man walks into a bar, this is not a joke, I promise. This is a real story, walks into a bar in Cleveland, he orders a beer, he then gets the bill, $7 ke a look. Can you see that there? Yeah, that's not $3, guys, a $3,000 tip left because the bar is closing because of coronavirus. That generous man wanted to make sure the staff had a little cushion to help them get through this tough time. Take a look. And I quickly glanced down and looked like a tip and I go, wow, that's a nice tip for a guy that had a beer and put my reading glasses on and pie eyes almost popped out of my head. So great. Forget 20%, that was as you just saw in our graphic a 42,000% tip on top of the cost of that one beer that the man enjoyed. The staff says the generosity of customers has helped them survive their first closure and now this. Thanks to the generosity and with that I send it back to you guys in the studio. That was great, Lara, thank you so much.all right, we head over to
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