Waffle House Customer Robbed

Discussion in 'In the News' started by gunsmoker, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. gunsmoker

    gunsmoker Lawyer and Gun Activist

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    According to todays Atlanta Journal & Constitution, one Waffle House customer was robbed at gunpoint by another Waffle House customer.

    There must be some mistake-- Waffle House eliminated all armed robberies and other forms of gun violence by banning firearms from all of their locations, including guns left in your car in the parking lot, including even deer hunters who regularly get breakfast at W.H. during the pre-dawn hours each morning during the deer season (for firearms).

    Somebody should call Waffle House (they're based in metro Atlanta) and tell them that you're proud how effective their policy has been. And if the ever catch the guy who pulled the gun and robbed the others, I'm sure he'll be trembling in his Air Jordans when he realizes that one of the consequences of violating the Waffle House "no-guns" policy is that they could refuse him service next time... when he makes parole... in 14-19 years...
     
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    Here's a "Fair Use" cut-and-paste excerpt from todays AJC.com. See the newspaper's website for the full story.

    ... a cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs was robbed at gunpoint inside an Atlanta Waffle House earlier this month, losing expensive jewelry, thousands in cash, and a $90,000 silver Hummer, Atlanta police said.

    Alphonso Hodge told police that when he sat down to eat at a the restaurant at 1701 Northside Drive about 4:45 a.m. on March 6, a man pulled out a .38-caliber revolver and told the National Football League player to "give it up or they would shoot him," ...