Cops: Fried-chicken-slinger throws bottle at customer

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Food fight

Cops cuffed the employee of a Fulton Street restaurant who allegedly threw a bottle at a customer in the midst of an argument over an order of fried chicken on Oct. 30.

The victim ordered some poultry from the eatery near Washington Avenue at 4:40 am, but when he didn’t receive the right meal, he got into an argument with the worker, cops said. The employee then came out from behind the counter and allegedly hurled a bottle at the customer, cutting the left side of his face, according to a report.

Doubled trouble

A nogoodnik stole a delivery guy’s car after he left it double parked on Lafayette Avenue on Oct. 29.

The worker told police he left his car near South Oxford Street at 3:50 pm while he dashed in to drop off the eats, but when he returned three minutes later, he saw the bad guy driving it away.

Evil eye

Some punk punched a woman in the eye and stole her phone on Prince Street on Oct. 25.

The victim was near Tillary Street at 10:20 pm when the jerk came up and decked her in the face several times before stealing her phone and fleeing, police said.

Bad cell service

Police arrested a lady who they say hurled a cell phone at another woman’s head after she bumped into her on Tillary Street on Oct. 24.

The victim was exiting the elevator in an apartment building Prince Street at 8:10 am when she bumped into the suspect, who allegedly became enraged and threw the phone at the victim’s forehead, according to a report.


Some brute broke a guy’s jaw as he was walking down the stairs to the Clinton-Washington G train station on Fulton Street on Oct. 30

The victim was descending the stairs with a group of friends around 1 am when they got into a fight with the bruiser, who punched the victim in the face, cops said.

— Lauren Gill

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Brad from clintun hill says:
I have also dined at this particular fried chicken establishment and have found the service to be a little on the rude side. Management should retrain employees to not throw bottles in customers faces.
Nov. 4, 2016, 10:01 pm

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