Subway Customer Charged With Battery After Using His Sandwich as a Weapon

A man from Florida, 54 years old, got arrested because he threw a sandwich at a Subway worker. He was mad because his sandwich wasn't cut.

His name is Alberto De Barros. He is charged with battery, which means he's accused of harming someone. He threw his sandwich and hit the Subway employee, Cassandra Pierre-Louis, in her lower body.

The official report says Barros went to a Subway on Federal Highway in Stuart to buy food.

Barros got angry and caused trouble when he saw his sandwich wasn't cut in half. He was upset with the Subway worker, Pierre-Louis, because of this.

After the worker, Pierre-Louis, said she wouldn't serve him anymore, Barros started to make a phone call. This is in the official report.

While he was on the phone and causing trouble, he threw his sandwich at her. It's not known what kind of sandwich he had from Subway.

Barros said in the affidavit (official statement) that he thought he threw the sandwich at the counter, not at the worker.

Right now, Barros is in Marion County Jail. He will go to court on February 1.

Last month, a woman from Ohio was told to work in a fast-food place for two months instead of going to jail. This was because she threw a burrito bowl at a Chipotle employee.

The woman, Rosemary Hayne, 39, was caught on camera throwing a chicken burrito bowl at Emily Russell, 26, the manager of a Chipotle in Parma, Ohio, in September.

Hayne admitted she was guilty of assault last week. She was first going to be in jail for three months.

But Judge Timothy Gilligan said she should work in a fast-food restaurant for two months, at least 20 hours a week.

During the sentencing, he said, 'You didn't get your burrito bowl the way you like it and this is how you respond? This is not real housewives of Parma. This behavior is not acceptable.'

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