Generous George Clooney covered a fellow diner's bill at a restaurant in Berlin last week over concerns his party may have been too rowdy.
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The "Ocean's Eleven" star, who is currently in Germany preparing to shoot the new movie "The Monuments Men," had been enjoying a meal at the Grill Royal on Friday when he discreetly picked up a stranger's $134.66 check.
Shocked by the generous gesture, the unidentified patron left his business card at the actor's table in the hopes of one day being able to return the favor -- only to later realize the man was Hollywood star Clooney.
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Afterward he spoke to German newspaper Bild to ease the Oscar winner's conscience, insisting the 51-year-old and his pals had been no trouble at all.
He is quoted as saying, "That's not true at all. They had behaved in a very cultivated manner. I was stunned."