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Police charge former Cracker Barrell employees after food fight

There are 48 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jul 7, 2010, titled Police charge former Cracker Barrell employees after food fight. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

A food fight at a Hopewell Township restaurant turned violent last month, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

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Noel Kline

York, PA

#1 Jul 7, 2010
Pure, stupid immature behavior! I question the abilities of the manager who hired these "adults".
HonestLiar

York, PA

#2 Jul 7, 2010
and why pray tell don't they work there anymore ?
did they get better paying food fighting jobs ?
maybe they joined the 3 stooges. well 2 ....
Native Son

Reading, PA

#3 Jul 7, 2010
A Lovers spat?
jpb

York, PA

#4 Jul 7, 2010
I suppose that's one way to tenderize a steak.
No sympathy

Rockville, MD

#5 Jul 7, 2010
Got to side with the "puncher".
empty paper space

York, PA

#6 Jul 7, 2010
And this is news?????
Hugh Jass

Ephrata, PA

#7 Jul 7, 2010
typical low life behavior for that area
heh

Washington, DC

#8 Jul 7, 2010
"both victims" ???

So then who is the perp?
phillip

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Jul 7, 2010
is this for real? pressing charges for a food fight? Seems a little harsh to me, I don't even know these guys but i worked in a restaurant before and theres alot of pressure in the kitchen, and young boys (because there cheaper to hire) in the mix with all the testosterone your going to have this from time to time. cracker barrel should be ashamed of them selves. Firing the guys is plenty of punishment for a food fight that got physical. Ruin these two boys young start at life with a criminal record at age 19 and 22 are you kidding me. I like cracker barrel but i will never eat there again, tired of corporate policy that crushes the little guy while they make millions... Say No To CRACKER BARREL!
Cracker Barrel Sucks

Concord, CA

#10 Jul 7, 2010
Everyone should have confidence in the way their food is prepared in that kitchen. That place sucks anyway.
Ken

Baltimore, MD

#11 Jul 7, 2010
Hugh Jass wrote:
typical low life behavior for that area
Huh? Not exactly a cheap or low life area. I'm thinking of moving just to get into an area that is cheaper and less yuppiefied. At least it's better that people settle their disputes with fists than guns like in other parts of our region.
Old CF Jockey

Rockville, MD

#12 Jul 7, 2010
I for one feel extremely sorry for each and every male employee that remains at Cracker Barrel at this time... For they will be forced to work without "Peters"!
Mike

Parkville, MD

#13 Jul 7, 2010
He warned him. Dummy should have listened.
Yum

Street, MD

#14 Jul 7, 2010
Cracker Barrel Sucks wrote:
Everyone should have confidence in the way their food is prepared in that kitchen. That place sucks anyway.
Cracker Barrel has GREAT food and GREAT service. And a reasonable priced meal. We eat there at least once a week! And the fireplace is nice in the winter. The guilty people have been fired!
stupid police

Street, MD

#15 Jul 7, 2010
how come the one guy is not being charged with assault???
Cracker Barrel Sucks

Concord, CA

#16 Jul 7, 2010
Yum wrote:
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Cracker Barrel has GREAT food and GREAT service. And a reasonable priced meal. We eat there at least once a week! And the fireplace is nice in the winter. The guilty people have been fired!
It should be called Crapper Barrel!
Lancaster isnt that nice

Stewartstown, PA

#17 Jul 7, 2010
Hugh Jass wrote:
typical low life behavior for that area
What do you mean typical bahavior for this area? So Lancaster is any better? Stupidity is everywhere, seems like it didn't skip your household. Judge not, as you will be judged first. This area is a great place to raise a family and the schools are pretty good as well.
Trent Parker

Baltimore, MD

#19 Jul 7, 2010
Hugh Jass wrote:
typical low life behavior for that area
That area is the most expensive housing area in York County. The prices are close to Maryland prices. Not too much low life in that area, except of course for people who stop off of the interstate from York or Lancaster cities.
hmmm

Forest Hill, MD

#20 Jul 7, 2010
Hugh Jass wrote:
typical low life behavior for that area
"low life" for the area? This is a rural area, mostly made up of well kept homes and farms. This is an immaturity thing. Not a geographical thing.
JustAGirl

Morenci, AZ

#21 Jul 7, 2010
WoW

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