Man in New York destroys restaurant that kicked him out for missing pants

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Is it that much to ask to leave your pants on in public? It was supposedly for an outrageous customer, and now the owner and staff of a New York restaurant have to pick up after this man’s angry tirade. The incident happened on Saturday and the shocking encounter was caught on surveillance video, according to the police New York Post. The restaurant’s owner says this isn’t the first time they’ve had trouble with this pantsless troublemaker.

No pants, NO service!

The post says the suspect was asked to leave 4 Choices & A Soup early Saturday because he was not wearing pants. Staff say that although he’s a regular at the Flushing facility, he’s caused problems before. The owner said the post that they caught him urinating in front of the store and that he was even spotted completely undressed one day.

But after being asked to leave the restaurant on Saturday, the suspect had other plans at the center.

The post says the same man allegedly returned that afternoon with a hammer and smashed as much as he could of all the glass windows, glass doors and areas near the food. The owner says the man is mentally unstable and they thought he might have run out of medication that day. The restaurant went on to say that a day when he’s on his medication is pretty normal.

Police say he was arrested and charges are pending.

New York Man Burns pants

In another case where a guy wasn’t wearing pants, he decided to burn the pair he was wearing. Domestic arguments can be a tense situation, but things really got out of hand in 2018 when a 36-year-old man set his pants on fire during an argument. Syracuse.com reports that the resulting fire destroyed the house along with a garage and two vehicles.

Authorities say the Hastings, New York man has been charged ttwo counts of fourth-degree arson, fourth-degree criminal mischief for reckless property damage and other charges. What he hoped to achieve by setting fire to one of his own pants is still a mystery. Police did not say if he had a spare pair available at the time of the arrest.

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