Green Day has ponied up $2,000 to help cover the costs of damages incurred at a Denny's restaurant in Santa Ana, California after it was damaged by a hardcore punk show that was staged on the premises.

It all started when a 17-year-old punk fan named Bryson Del Valle rented a back room at the Denny's and booked five acts to perform including his favorite act Wacko.

The Denny's manager was reportedly unaware that Del Valle had booked the room for a concert. The space quickly filled to capacity and beyond, with viral video emerging of Wacko performing atop tables and swinging light fixtures overhead as a moshpit broke out.

Denny's later slapped Del Valle with an $1,800 bill for the damages. he and Wacko quickly started GoFundMe pages to raise around $1,400, but then Green Day swooped in with their offer of $2,000 as well as a promise that they would like to book their own show with Del Valle -- although presumably not at a Denny's.

The restaurant issued a statement to Fox News regarding the show, saying, "Denny's is a family-friendly restaurant and while we do have banquet space available at some restaurants, we do not allow events that can disrupt the dining experience of our guests. The manager was unaware a concert was planned, and the event organizers have been asked to pay for damages."