Woman attacked sandwich worker over pickles in Massachusetts

May 13, 2013 at 6:51 PM

QUINCY, Mass., May 13 (UPI) -- Police in Massachusetts said a woman allegedly attacked a sandwich shop worker with her fists and jars of pickles due to the number of pickles on her sandwich.

Police said Tina Drouin, 49, ordered a steak-and-cheese sandwich at the Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs eatery at the Quincy subway station Saturday and complained about how it was being prepared and said there were "too many pickles" on it, CNN reported Monday.

"It appeared the Nathan's employee could simply not please Drouin," police said.

Drouin demanded a refund and allegedly became violent when the worker would not return her money. She allegedly punched the other woman in the face and shoved two large jars of pickles at her, causing the worker to fall to the ground.

"Drouin fled from the station, however the sub maker determined not to let Drouin escape justice gave pursuit catching up to her" and holding her until officers arrived, police said.

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