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Mumbai Crime: Four restaurant staffers held for beating up customers

Updated on: 11 January,2023 06:40 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Incident happened when the three customers demanded food despite restaurant shutting for the day

Mumbai Crime: Four restaurant staffers held for beating up customers

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Four waiters of a restaurant were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly thrashing three people who demanded food after the establishment was shut for business in Andheri, the police said. The incident took place at a restaurant on Andheri-Kurla Road on the night of January 7, an officer from MIDC police station said.

The police launched a probe and tracked down the victim after a video of the incident surfaced on social media, in which the accused could be seen attacking three men with bamboo sticks, he said. The complainant along with his brother and another relative had demanded food at the restaurant after it was closed for the day, he said.

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Owner ordered beating

The restaurant owner started verbally abusing the complainant and asked the waiters to beat him up, the police officer said. The accused have been arrested under Section 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapon or means) and other relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code, he added.

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