Viral video shows angry customer attacking staff at San Antonio restaurant over bill and poor service
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: On Friday, July 15, dinner at a River Walk restaurant in San Antonio took an ugly turn when a brawl broke out between a staff member and a customer over a bill. The supposed brawl has been captured on video that has been going viral on social media.
According to the Houston Chronicle, the feud started when the bill was brought to a customer at the 'Republic of Texas' restaurant. Apparently, the customer was upset with the service of the restaurant and his bill. A preliminary police force from the San Antonio Police Department responded to the 500 block of the River Walk over reports of the fight.
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A video of the fight has been posted by a Twitter handle and is currently going viral on the internet. It shows how the argument turned ugly, and the customer attacked several restaurant workers. At least five people are seen involved in the scuffle, as onlookers from Riverwalk boats witness the scene.
When they don’t bring the shredded cheese fast enough…#Puro #Riverwalk #SanAntonio pic.twitter.com/yXP7K28lD3— BootlegBentley (@UTSABootleg) July 18, 2022
In the video, staffers exchange blows with restaurant patrons. A patron is seen throwing in what looks like a metal pitcher just as the San Antonio police show up and break up the fight.
A second video of the brawl shows many running away. Someone is heard screaming "stop it." San Antonio police told KENS-TV, that the suspect, a 30-year-old man who started the fight over his bill has since been arrested.
His identity has been concealed by the police and the man was booked on an assault charge. No major injuries have been reported.
Reactions to the video have been varied, with several people turning it into a meme fest. Users on Twitter commented how the boat slowed itself. One user replied, "I like how the boat tour stopped." "The fact that the boat stopped is sending me!!! I love my city!" replied another user.
Some believed that it was a usual case of not ordering what the customer wanted. A tweet read, "Let me guess typical "this isn't what I ordered" when they only have 1/4 of the food left & they were asked multiple times if everything was fine?"
Another user tweeted, "Wow nothing like showing tourist how we act most likely on a daily basis. What in the heck are you thinking???? Not acceptable behavior folks."
I like how the boat tour stopped 😂— King Bowser UTSA and MGP Bourbon (@UTSAKingBowser) July 18, 2022
The fact that the boat stopped is sending me!!! 🤣 I love my city! 🏻— Rena Bonina✨ (@sarena_g) July 19, 2022
Let me guess typical "this isn't what I ordered" when they only have 1/4 of the food left & they were asked multiple times if everything was fine?— Adriana Lopez (@Alopez020406983) July 19, 2022
Wow nothing like showing tourist how we act most likely on a daily basis. What in the heck are you thinking???? Not acceptable behavior folks.— Maria Esparza (@Es97631329Maria) July 18, 2022
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The video of the incident has garnered nearly 213k views with more than 2500 likes. The video has been retweeted more than 480 times and is also going viral on YouTube.
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