Rapper Tries To Avoid Restaurant Bill By Jumping Into The Water Australian Terry Peck was dining at a waterfront restaurant when he apparently tried to skip out on a $450 bill. Police on jet skis chased him down after he jumped into the water.

Rapper Tries To Avoid Restaurant Bill By Jumping Into The Water

Rapper Tries To Avoid Restaurant Bill By Jumping Into The Water

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Australian Terry Peck was dining at a waterfront restaurant when he apparently tried to skip out on a $450 bill. Police on jet skis chased him down after he jumped into the water.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. Imagine the song an Australian rapper can compose after being arrested for skipping a restaurant bill. Terry Peck, also known as 2Peck, owed 450 bucks and jumped into the ocean to avoid paying - true story. Police chased him down on jet skis. Mr. Peck allegedly ate two lobsters and a baby octopus chased with 21 vodka oyster shots and some beer. He explained his failure to pay by saying the lobsters were overcooked. It's MORNING EDITION.

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