Enough of our Taco Bell love-in for this week; back to the wacky. Back to Florida, where an employee was plenty angry and threw his head set, utensils and pizza inside the restaurant, necessitating a shutdown. Fun!
An employee of the Taco Bell in Palmetto was arrested Saturday morning shortly after threw a head set, utensils and food in the restaurant, including a whole box of pizza that hit a victim in the face.
The actions of Palmetto's Joshua Ryan Fisher, 18, led to an hour-long shut down of the restaurant so it could be cleaned up, according to a Palmetto Police Department report.
Fisher was arrested 11:32 a.m. Saturday in the 500 block of 10th Street East and charged with battery and criminal mischief for the 11 a.m. incident.
Fisher remained in the Manatee County jail today on $750 bond for battery and $500 bond for criminal mischief, according to the Manatee County Sheriff's Office website.
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Fisher was working at the Taco Bell at 640 10th St. E., Palmetto when, for some reason that the report does not indicate, he began chucking food, utensils and a head set, the report states.