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Customer Allegedly Threatens Tony's Clam Shop Employees Over His Order

The dissatisfied man apparently threatened to shoot employees

Tony's Clam Shop
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A man who was unhappy with his order at a Quincy seafood spot was arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot employees, according to the Patriot Ledger. Police said that Robert Bullock visited Tony's Clam Shop at 861 Quincy Shore Dr. and placed an order.

Employees told police that Bullock complained his order was too well done and sent it back, but he complained again about his replacement order, which he deemed too small. Then he apparently started cursing at the employees and threatened a shooting.

The employees at Tony's ran to the kitchen as one approached Bullock, offering him his money back, Boston.com reported. Bullock left the clam shop and was later arrested and arraigned on charges of threatening to commit a crime, disorderly conduct, and causing an evacuation, the Patriot Ledger reported.

Tony's is open seasonally and is currently in its 52nd year.

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