SEAN EVANS and TRACY CONNOR in the DAILY NEWS:
He shows up at the hottest clubs in the wee hours and spends thousands on top-shelf liquors, doling out five-figure tips like silver dollars.
He’ll send bottles of Dom Perignon to tables around him on a whim, or take a waitress out on the town for a shopping spree.
His name isn’t Diddy. He doesn’t show up in the gossip columns or the Fortune 500. He’s not even a celebrity at all.
The mystery man whose bottomless pockets have made him a legend in clubland is a young Episcopal priest from northeastern Pennsylvania.
"I work hard. I make good money. How I spend it – that is my business," the Rev. Gregory Malia, 43, told the Daily News. "I haven’t done anything inappropriate."