Chris Evans may have just signed a multi-million-pound contract to be the new host of Top Gear but, it seems, he's not sharing the wealth.
And one taxi driver is having a moan about it.
Cabbie Gary Eales says he had Chris in his London taxi for over 20 minutes in a journey that cost £19.60.
He said he pulled over to a cashpoint where Evans got a £20 note - and generously let him keep the 40p.
According to the Metro, Gary said: "If he flagged me down again, I'd keep driving."
And his mum, Alma, got in on the outburst too, adding: "That's it, the ginger p****. I ain't watching no more of his shows."
Evans' new £3 million BBC deal is just the tip of his fortune. According to The Sun, he made £75million from his £225million media group sale in 2000.
Heartwarming tip stories that will put Chris to shame? According to Aol Money, in February last year one Illinois woman left a total of $15,000 in tips for three waitresses, after she heard them talking about their bills.
And, in 2013, Bob Erb, a lottery winner from British Columbia, stopped for a meal at a restaurant by the road.
He left $10,000 for the restaurant owner after discovering his 25-year-old daughter had been diagnosed with cancer.