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The co-owner of a restaurant in Columbus is facing 23 felony charges after he was accused of placing concealed cameras pointed at the toilets in the bathroom of the establishment.

The Animal Farm, a well-loved restaurant in downtown Columbus, is owned by two people.

It was reported that one of the owners caught a glimpse of something suspicious on the other owner’s laptop screen. When they investigated, they allegedly saw a URL that made them believe something illegal was happening.

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A fast-food restaurant manager and his girlfriend allegedly stole a debit card that a customer accidentally left in the establishment and spent over $700 within two hours. 

On June 29, a customer at a Burger King in Royal Palm Beach, Florida, left the restaurant without taking their Wells Fargo debit card. 

When an employee found the card, they reportedly turned it over to the manager on duty. 

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A woman at a Daytona Beach eatery was reportedly attacked and seriously injured by a man wielding a machete. 

According to reports, on the morning of February 24, a woman was sitting in a booth at a Pancake House located in Daytona Beach. 

A man was in the restaurant, and he reportedly walked up to several patrons.  

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While a woman and her companion were at a restaurant, they allegedly engaged in intimate behavior in the establishment’s restroom reportedly resulting in the sink being damaged and torn from the wall. 

37-year-old Kathryn Lynn Trammel lives in Seminole, Florida. 

It was reported that late in the afternoon on December 7, Trammel went to Irish 31 Pub House & Eatery. She was reportedly accompanied by a man. 

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A man who works at a Waffle House in Tennessee was allegedly caught with drugs and paraphernalia while on the clock. 

31-year-old Anthony James Silcox is employed at a Waffle House located in Caryville.  

The authorities suspected that Silcox was involved in illegal activities, and they planned to approach the man while he was on duty. 

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A manager at a fast-food restaurant was arrested and charged after allegedly injuring a complaining customer by throwing hot oil on the man.

Demarrus Pritchett, 21, works as a shift manager at a Wendy’s restaurant in Huntingdon, Tennessee.

On October 5, a regular customer of the location went to the drive-thru and received an order that he was unhappy with. The man said that the food he was given was cold.

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A man from the Des Moines area allegedly became angry and threatened to blow up a fast food restaurant when he noticed his order of chicken nuggets was lacking dipping sauce.

42-year-old Robert Golwitzer lives in Ankeny, Iowa, in the Des Moines suburbs.

Around 5:00 pm on June 26, Golwitzer reportedly drove to a nearby McDonald’s for food. The man decided he would order chicken nuggets.

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After a restaurant worker used a creative way to confirm that a child needed help, the authorities were notified leading to the arrests of the boy’s alleged abusers.

Florida resident Kristen Swann has an 11-year-old son.

On January 1, Swann’s child was with a man later identified as 34-year-old Timothy Wilson II.

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A Florida restaurateur reportedly went to the home of a man and lashed out physically after holding him accountable for posts with negative online reviews of his eatery.

60-year-old Daniel Ahrens is the proprietor of Georgia Boy’s BBQ Restaurant in Oldsmar.

Early last week, Ahrens discovered Yelp reviews criticizing his restaurant fare and quality of service and reportedly held his girlfriend’s son responsible for the entries that claimed his eatery was not up to par.

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When a Nevada man was pulled over and accused of speeding, he reportedly told the officer that he was heading to a restaurant that was about to close and he didn’t want to miss out.

In the evening on August 23, a 25-year-old man was driving his vehicle in Reno with his girlfriend in the passenger seat. The couple was reportedly on their way to a restaurant.

While they were traveling, a deputy along their route reported that the car the suspect was driving sped past at such a high rate that their police vehicle was affected. The deputy said that navigating the patrol car took a great deal of effort due to what was purported as the gale from the suspect’s vehicle whizzing past.

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