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Dessert disagreement prompts restaurant runcus

Dissatisfied diner chops his way back into eatery with chainsaw after being denied a pudding.

Dessert disagreement prompts restaurant runcus

Date - 17th October 2013
By - Ananova
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A man who was thrown out of a restaurant later returned brandishing a chainsaw because he hadn't finished his dessert.

Petr Svacha (36) had been dining in the restaurant in Zlin, Czech Republic, with a friend. He was asked to leave at closing time, but then returned, claiming he wanted to finish his pudding.

Police spokesman Ales Mergental said: "He sliced a hole in the door, climbed inside and went to his table, but when he grabbed the half-finished desert he was overpowered by a waiter and handed over to police."

Svacha now faces up to a year in prison.

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John Duffy QGM - Fri, 18 October 2013

Svacha now faces up to a year in prison, That will be him getting his "just desserts" then