Thursday, March 03, 2005

Dad Accused Of Chuck E. Cheese Salad Theft Zapped By Police

"Police talked to the Chuck E. Cheese manager, who told them that a customer had refused to show proof that he had paid for food. The manager said the man was seen 'loading' his plate at the salad bar.

The officers confronted Danon Gale, 29, who was at the restaurant with his children, aged 3 and 7. Patrons said the popular kids pizza parlor was packed with children and families at the time.

According to police, Gale was asked to step outside to discuss the incident.

'According to witnesses (Gale) refused to cooperate with police and a struggle ensued,' said Larry Martinez, a police spokesman. He said that Gale became argumentative and shoved one of the officers, a fact disputed by another patron.

'One of the officers kept poking the gentleman in the chest,' Felicia Mayo told the Rocky Mountain News.
She was there with her 7-year-old son. She told the newspaper that Gale told the officer 'You don't have to do that.' She said Gale never put his hands on the officer who was confronting him

The argument escalated until Gale was shoved into the lap of Mayo's sister, who was sitting two booths away, holding a 10-month-old baby. That's when police pulled out a Taser stun gun to subdue him.

'They beat this man in front of all these kids then Tased him in my sister's lap,' Mayo told the newspaper. 'They had no regard for "

It is very possible that this guy had paid and was just insulted to be asked. A regular guy that did pay would be highly upset at police goons disturbing his meal with his kids....of course he refused to go outside, if I had done nothing wrong I would not leave my meal.

It pays to be nice to the naxi's when they come calling, either that or you better be able to send them packing

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