Crazy Drunk Man Messes with the Wrong Hormonal Women

So Dave and I went out for eat some dinner at Pizza Delight in the mall after picking up our developed pictures and some rescue remedy.
Anyways, were sitting down to dinner, just ordered, looking through the stack of pictures, in walks this 30ish indian gentleman stinking of booze.

Man to Waitress: "How much is the buffet?"
Waitress to Man: "Um it’s $11.99 but it’s only a lunch buffet and ends at 2pm"
Man (loudly) to Waitress: "Why can’t I have the buffet? I wanted the buffet."

Man get’s more and more worked up, notices I am looking at him and turns to me..

Man to Me: "Exactly what are you looking at? Why are you looking at me?
Man to Waitress: "Why is she looking at me what is her problem?"
Man to Me (yelling now): "Stop looking at me, your just predjudice"
Me to Gentleman: "I am not interested in you, I am just trying to order my dinner." 

Gentleman turns to face our table, body language is getting more and more pissed off
Restaurant manager walks up to him at this point. Man starts yelling at Manager about us looking at him,
not minding our business and being predjudice. I am getting more and more aggravated and anxious.

Me (now loudly also) to Man: Um, maybe if you don’t want people looking at you you should shut up 
                                 and stop making scenes in restaurants!

I wanted to get up and kick him in the shins, but I stayed seated. He was escorted out of the restaurant by the manager, got aggressive, chased manager to mall security, got arrested by mall security then…when we left….was being questioned by the cops in the parking lot and STILL yelling at random walker’s by about them looking at him….
GEESH, it felt good to yell back at him though πŸ™‚

About mommamaynard

β€œLife is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” β€” Albert Einstein. When it feels like your world has been shattered, and you have reached rock bottom, you must make a choice: Stay where you are and fade away, or keep moving forward. Thankfully I chose to move forward and was blessed with the two most wonderful children after the death of my first in early labor. Things are looking up.

Posted on January 28, 2009, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Hahaha. Ohhh crazy drunk people, they are everywhere.

  2. you handled that so maturely, that guy sounded totally nuts!

  3. Indian, as in from India? Or Native American?

    • From India. I would NEVER reffer to a Native person as Indian, I know that would, in fact, make me sound either ignorant or predjudice. Infact, the only reason I even mentioned the person’s cultural heritage is because he called me predjudice for looking at him.

  4. Haha, we are so alike πŸ™‚
    I’m glad you got to yell back at him. Feels so good when people present themselves deserving of a little vocal stress-relief for us.
    I was almost distracted by your story, but not quite: how was the food?? And do we get to see the photos?

    • hahaha.
      The food was good, I had a greek vegetarian pizza and diet Pepsi. I mean not to die to for, but tasty none the less πŸ™‚ lots of spinach, black olives and feta cheese.

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