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Dedham

Man removed from bar after alleged threat

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A man accused of threatening a TGI Fridays bartender was removed from the restaurant early last Sunday, Dedham police said. The restaurant manager pointed out a man who allegedly grabbed one of his female bartenders, according to a report by Officer Kenneth Ellis. When police went to talk to the man, he was uncooperative and defiant, Ellis wrote. Police put him in handcuffs and kept him outside while they spoke to the bartender, the report said. She told police she refused to serve the man once he became intoxicated and he made threats to her when disputing his bill, according to Ellis. When she walked away, he grabbed her by the collar and pulled her, the police report said. The man, whose name and age were edited out of the report released to the public, was banned from the restaurant and transported home to his parents.

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