The manager of a Thai restaurant in Northern California was attacked last week by a man who was told he couldn’t have his food for free.
Other diners in the establishment went running from their tables for safety and some rushed to help the victim.
The incident occurred on Nov. 9 at an unspecified restaurant in Berkeley on Shattuck Avenue, Fox San Francisco reported.
“A man came into the restaurant, and he demanded some free food,” Berkeley Officer Byron White said.
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