Video - One in 10 Brits never leaves a tip, a study has revealed

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Bad service, rudeness or simply feeling they have already paid for the service within the bill mean millions admit to never or rarely paying a gratuity in restaurants, hairdressers, hotels or cafes.

One in five have refused to tip someone because they look untidy or scruffy and another one in ten have walked out without leaving a little extra behind as the server wasn’t wearing a uniform.

But the average Brit leaves just seven per cent of the total bill amount – less than the customary 10 per cent - with waiters most likely to be tipped, followed by taxi drivers, hairdressers and takeaway delivery drivers.