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Ohio Restaurant Worker Allegedly Pulled Gun On Teen Who Asked For More Soy Sauce

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

A worker at a Dayton, Ohio, Chinese restaurant allegedly thrust a gun into a teen’s chest when he asked for more soy sauce Sunday night.

Allan Lin, 40, allegedly yelled at 19-year-old Munjed Milhem when he asked for more soy sauce for his takeout order.

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The restaurant cashier rammed a loaded .40-caliber Smith and Wesson handgun into his chest, police said.

The gun and two extra magazines were attached to Lin’s belt.

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Lin allegedly told police the customer threatened to have him jumped, to which he replied “go ahead and do it."

He was arrested for suspicion of aggravated menacing, WHIO reported.

Sources: New York Daily News, WHIO

Image source: Wikimedia Commons