Anthony Rodriguez was the only server in the George Webb eatery at Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, around midnight on January 30 the night that a fight with twin sisters erupted.
A restaurant employee who was wounded in the face during an argument over an unfinished order has spoken about the terrifying experience that he endured, and feared the possibility of dying.
Anthony Rodriguez was the only server in the George Webb eatery at Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, around midnight on the 30th of January.
Based on the WISN reports, trouble started when twin sisters aged 20 complained that they didn’t receive an order for three-dollar (PS2) hamburger.
Rodriguez the father of a boy who is 2 years old, informed Fox 6 that the twins told him they were not going to pay for their expenses due to an item that was missing.
The employee at the restaurant said: “I said, ‘OK I’m taking your food because it’s not yours to pay for it.”
He then ate their food and disposed of it
The employee requested the sisters then identified later by their initials as Breanta as well as Bryanna Johnson go home however, the pair became furious.
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From here, the whole world was unleashed, Rodriguez said.
“I was in such anxiety that I don’t think I was in a lot of discomfort, but I can remember feeling a bit scared out and being extremely scared and telling myself, “Wow I’m sure I’m going to die here and I’m probably going to die,'” the actor recalls.
Rodriguez reported being hit and body-slammed on the floor prior to a shot was fired.
He sustained a spinal fracture due to the attack. He also lost a lot of his teeth.
He said: “There are still big fragments of my throat left caused by the gun.”
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The sisters were accused of attempted murder and were kept in prison on the $100,000 (PS73,000) bail.
Rodriguez said he was hopeful that Rodriguez said he hoped that the Johnsons will “get the punishment they deserve” after the Johnsons “brutal” acts.
“I never imagined getting a shot as a server,” he said.