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Angry Customer Assaults Restaurant Employee

LAWTON, Okla.-  An angry customer at a local fast food restaurant assaulted an employee by throwing her food, hitting the employee.

Lawton Police were called to the Jack and the Box Restaurant at NW 26th Street and Cache Road just before 2 a.m. Sunday morning.

An employee working the drive-thru said a customer became belligerent while she was trying to serve her. The customer threw the bag of food she had just purchased back through the drive-thru window striking the employee in the face.

The employee was not injured in the incident, but she did catch the tag number of the angry customer before they drove away.

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