( 4UMF NEWS ) Customer Zapped By Stun Gun Over 75 Cents:
Two workers at a Chinese restaurant stir-fried an irate customer with a stun gun after he claimed he was overcharged by 75 cents, cops said Thursday.
The fight broke out between the 35-year-old penny-pincher and two employees at New Panda restaurant on Ninth Ave. at W. 41st St. around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, said a Port Authority spokesman.
Workers Gary Zheng, 37, and Robert Zheng, 41, brought the argument out to the street, then punched and zapped the customer who refused to cough up three additional quarters, cops said.
The restaurant workers were nabbed by a Port Authority police officer and charged with assault.
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