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The bullets were on the house. A Winter Park, Fla., restaurant owner allegedly  shot at two customers  after they complained about the food and one of them didn’t pay a $19 bill, reports WFTV. James Marshall Phillips and Destin McMahon, the two diners, told the station they complained to the server at Wazzabi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar about the food and service Sunday night. The server began screaming at them as other shocked patrons looked on. Phillips paid his $13 bill but McMahon refused to pay his $19 tab because he had  sent back  nearly the whole dish, he said to the news crew. The two walked to their car, followed by Quoc Trong Tran, the owner, and Hoai Trong Tran, the chef. “We didn’t get like maybe 10 feet before the manager started harassing us, chasing us, yelling at us,”  said McMahon to WDBO . When they fled in their car, said Phillips, “the guy comes and just rips the door open.” Then, “the bigger gentleman that came out with him, the boss, kicks [huge dents in the car],” added McMahon. “They immediately, ‘Boom!’ start pounding on the back, there’s dents all here.” READ MORE

Restaurant Owner shoots at Customers for Complaining about the Food

There are some days when you wonder if you’re seeing what you’re actually seeing.  Having the manager get mad at you is one thing, but to have them shoot at you for complaining about your food is another.  This man was shot at by a manager who didn’t like his response to the food, and he fortunately lived to tell about it. 

The bullets were on the house. A Winter Park, Fla., restaurant owner allegedly shot at two customers after they complained about the food and one of them didn’t pay a $19 bill, reports WFTV.

James Marshall Phillips and Destin McMahon, the two diners, told the station they complained to the server at Wazzabi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar about the food and service Sunday night.

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  1. Ann Gardner-Jackson

    OMG, I thought I'd heard of the everything but this is a first for me. Realistically speaking the store manager overreacted and took her obvious anger and frusration to a whole new level. Thankfully, no one was hurt or killed…..

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