In Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, there is a very well known scene at Mos Eisley Cantina of the brief confrontation between Obi-Wan Kenobi, Dr. Cornelius Evazan and Ponda Baba where the noble Jedi master, after his diplomatic skills failed, didn't use the Force but drew his ancient laser weapon and chopped off the Walrus Man's limb.
After chaos was over, a mess had been created.
From A New Hope novelization, there were:
...scraping of mugs and pitchers and other drinking devices on tabletops. The bartender and several assistants appeared to drag the unsightly corpses out of the room, while the mutilated human vanished wordlessly into the crowd.
Typically, in aforementioned events, bar or cantina etiquette expects patrons to utter an apology or flip some coins to the owner of the establishment (the bartender, in this case) for the mess or collateral damage done, as Han Solo did later on, but Kenobi never did any of that.
It is understood that Kenobi wanted to make to the other pirates that he and Luke were not figures to mess with, but why Kenobi didn't pay a single credit for his mess?
UPDATE: By the way, there is a recent cantina scene in The Book of Boba Fett, Chapter 4: The Gathering Storm, where Black Krrsantan attacks a group of Trandoshans causing havoc and destruction that considerable runs up his bar tab as a result of his destructive and messy assault, and even though the owner of the place, Garsa Fwip, offers him to forget his debt if he stops the fight and let the fine patrons get back to their fun, the infamous Wookiee bounty hunter, curiously,...
tore the arm off of one of his Trandoshan victims
..., pay his tab and left the cantina.