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Courtesy: Detroit Free Press
Nacho cheese fight breaks out at Auntie Anne’s after customer given wrong pretzel dip
Nacho cheese was thrown, a machine was broken and criminal charges could be coming after an employee and two women got into a scuffle over pretzel dip at Auntie Anne’s in Troy, according to police.
The fight broke out Saturday evening when two Eastpointe women — ages 19 and 22 — visited the business in the 400 block of West Fourteen Mile and ordered pretzels. One of the women said she noticed after they left that she’d been given the wrong dip for her pretzel, according to a report issued by police.
The women returned and said they were told they’d have to pay for a new dip because they consumed part of the other one, the report said. They began arguing and told police an employee threw a nacho cheese dip at them.
One of the women and a security guard were struck in the face and chests with nacho cheese, police said. The women then attempted to climb over the counter, a scuffled ensued, and a machine was knocked over and broke, the report said.
The 22-year-old suffered a minor injury, according to police. The case was turned over to the Troy city attorney to review for possible criminal charges.