When the patron of a restaurant was taken into custody after he allegedly became too intoxicated and started harassing the staff members the man reportedly wanted to fight the cops in the parking lot.
On Wednesday night at the Somerset, Pennsylvania Ruby Tuesday restaurant, a man who was visiting the establishment reportedly consumed quite a bit of alcohol and began to act unruly.
The female employees reported that the man, later identified as 59-year-old Kenneth Elwood Sr., began to issue lewd comments to them before he got in the face of a male patron in a purported attempt to goad him into a physical altercation.
After his alleged encounters with the workers and the patron, Elwood reportedly departed from the restaurant and then returned shortly after. When the staff saw that he had come back they notified the authorities.
Somerset police officers arrived at the restaurant and tried to walk Elwood out of the establishment, but they reported that he struggled while being ushered through the door.
When they made it to the parking lot Elwood allegedly began yelling and using profane language toward the police officers. It was reported that he then boldly tried to entice the officers into engaging in a physical fight with him.
Elwood was placed under arrest and taken to the police station where he was charged for suspicion of criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and public drunkenness for his allegedly brazen behavior.
After Elwood was placed in a holding cell the authorities reported that the man awarded the police with a free viewing of his private parts when he pulled his pants down and exposed himself while facing their direction.
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