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Thursday, March 07, 2013

Dunkin' Donuts Worker Halts Would-Be Thief By Throwing HOT COFFEE On Him

A Dunkin' Donuts employee in Connecticut has stopped a would-be robber with the nearest weapon available: hot coffee.

The worker, identified only as Angelica, threw a cup and then a pot of coffee at the man after he tried to force his way through the drive-through window of the West Haven branch of the fast-food chain.
The man drove up to the window at 11 p.m. on Saturday, took out a $100 bill and asked for change, but the worker refused, according to Sgt. David Tammaro, of the West Haven Police Departmen
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Worse yet he could have forced him to drink it.

Anonymous said...

I think a law suit is coming....

Anonymous said...

8:41 is right. The leech lawyers are probably lined up at the criminals door begging for the opportunity to extort a free ride from Dunkin' Donuts. They are, after all, one of those evil corporations that gets rich while screwing their employees.

Anonymous said...

don't let that idiot biden hear about this, he'll recommend everybody have a pot of hot coffee to protect themsleves with.

Anonymous said...

8:56 Plus new regulations, example:

1.No coffee over 98'F

2.No coffee cups over 5 oz

3.Mandatory use of goggles while drinking coffee

etc, etc, think of all the new government revenue from OSHA enforcement.

Anonymous said...

She should be named Employee of the Year!

Anonymous said...

I love it!