Delhi man fires at waiter for being served left-overs

Dec 16, 2012

Angered over being served left-over food, a man opened fire at a waiter at an eatery in Connaught Place in central Delhi, early Sunday morning. No one was injured in the incident, police said.

The man, identified as Rajesh, 27, had gone along with his two friends to the Jain Dhaba, a food joint in the central Delhi comemrcial district of Connaught Place at around 6.30 am.

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According to police, the waiter identified as Monu allegedly served Rajesh left-over food.

"Rajesh refused to eat the food and an argument ensued. He then fired at the waiter, who ran for cover," a police official said.

The waiter immediately called the police and Rajesh was arrested. However, his two friends Vishal and Sahil fled.

"A car and a .32 bore pistol have been recovered from the spot," the police official added.

IANS

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