Nothing was going to get between a Long Island woman and her “all-you-can-eat” doggie bag.
A Long Island woman threatened to stab a TGI Fridays employee who tried to stop her from heading home with an extra helping from their “all-you-can-eat” deal at the chain restaurant, police said.
The suspect, 32-year-old Skylar Williams, allegedly walked behind the bar of the restaurant on Sunrise Highway and tried to pack up food from the promotion at about 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, police said.NYPD
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An employee told her she wasn’t allowed to be behind the bar — and Williams allegedly flipped out, grabbing a bottle of liquor and swinging it at the man, authorities said.
Williams and a friend then tried to leave with the bottle of liquor, but the same employee tried to stop her, cops said.
She then produced a black knife and threatened to stab him with it, police said.
Cops responded shortly after and tracked Williams down to a nearby yard.
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Williams, of Wyandanch, had several Oxycodone pills on her at the time of the arrest, cops said.
She was hit with robbery, menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a controlled substance charges.
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A restaurant worker said Friday an “endless appetizers” deal is the only all-you-can-eat deal currently offered at the outpost.
This story was originally published by the New York Post.