Angry Waffle House customer shatters front door over $0.50 biscuit increase
An angry Waffle House customer's Sunday Funday came to an unfortunate end: with him behind bars.
Employees at the Atlanta-area restaurant tried to charge the man $1.50 for sausage biscuit. But he was used to paying only a dollar, so when the price went up, he got angry. That's when, according to Brookhaven Police, the biscuit lover, 39-year-old Mitchell Harris Feinberg, turned into a fighter.
They explained the incident in a funny Facebook post, offering a free "tip of the day." It reads, "When the Waffle House employee tells you the sausage biscuit is no longer $1 and the new price is $1.50 please refrain from punching the glass door open while storming out."
"Glass tends to shatter when met with such force and you will be swiftly taken into custody," the post continues, along with the hashtag "#sundaymorningshenanigans."
So while the Waffle House served pricey biscuits, the police department served shade.
An updated incident report actually suggests Mitchell kicked the door, after becoming belligerent because someone had only charged him a dollar before. Cops nabbed him outside a nearby apartment complex and charged him with disorderly conduct and second degree criminal damage to property.
Hopefully, they shared their sage advice with him directly, before adding, "That and a $1.50 will buy you a sausage biscuit."
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