Customer Unhappy With Food Brings Gun to Restaurant

Customer Unhappy With Food Brings Gun to Restaurant

January 17, 2013 Updated Jan 17, 2013 at 4:42 PM EDT

A strange story from Illinois, courtesy of Granite Broadcasting sister station CINewsNow.com in Peoria, Ill.

According to the report from CINewsNow.com:

Employees at a restaurant in Peoria, Ill., say a complaint from an unhappy customer led to the police being called on Wednesday evening.

According to a report, the suspect was angry that their was a hair in his food and demanded a refund.

The restaurant employee refused to refund the customer because he had eaten most of his food.

After a manager asked the customer if he still had the hair, the suspect left the building and returned to the store a few minutes later.

Another customer then reported that she noticed a gun tucked in the suspect's waistband, which prompted employees to call police.

The suspect told the employee he would "be waiting for him to get off" and left the restaurant.

Read the entire story from CINewsNow.com HERE.

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