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Police investigate pretzel dip fight

  |   April 2, 2013 at 4:35 PM
TROY, Mich., April 2 (UPI) -- Michigan prosecutors said they were trying to determine whether charges will be filed in a fight that began with a dispute about pretzel dip in a shopping mall.

Troy police said they were called to the Auntie Anne's pretzel stand in Oakland Mall for an incident that began when two women, ages 19 and 22, returned to the food court shortly after buying two pretzels to complain that they had been given the wrong dip, WWJ-TV, Detroit, reported Tuesday.

The women argued with employees who told them they would have to pay to replace the dip because they had already started eating it and a worker allegedly threw dip at the customers, striking them and a nearby security guard.

The women then tried to climb over the counter and fought with workers, police said. One of the women suffered a minor injury.

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