DAILYKENN.com -- Spencer Grammer, the 36-year-old daughter of Kelsey Gammer, suffered a slash wound on her arm as she and a friend attempted to defuse a violent outburst at a New York City restaurant.
Reports say a male was sent into "a dyspeptic tailspin" when the restaurant refused to serve him moments before closing.
The male apparently reacted by tossing a table and brandishing a blade.
Excerpted from nypost.com ▼
The mayhem erupted at around 11:30 p.m. at The Black Ant on Second Avenue, where a man, who appeared intoxicated, tried to get a table at the cozy eatery. He was rebuffed because the restaurant was about to close — sending him into a dyspeptic tailspin, multiple sources and bystanders said.
The drunk wouldn’t leave the restaurant, and instead began fighting with a male diner, who picked up a chair and began swinging it — and soon, more than a dozen employees and onlookers joined in the al-fresco free-for-all.
“Everyone jumped out of their seats. About 15 people maybe. Everyone was trying to pull them apart,” a witness named David told The Post of the drunk and the chair-swinging diner.
“It looked like there was a full-on brawl.”
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