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By The Associated Press
Monday, May 13, 2013, 9:42 p.m.
 

QUINCY, Mass. — A Quincy woman is facing an assault charge for allegedly punching a restaurant worker for putting too many pickles on her steak and cheese sandwich, police said on Monday.

Tina Drouin, 49, ordered a sub from Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs in the Quincy Center subway/commuter rail station about 2 p.m. Saturday, according to police.

Drouin started loudly complaining, used profanity and made derogatory comments about the ratio of certain ingredients as the worker prepared the sandwich, police said.

Finally, she demanded a refund.

The worker refused.

That's when Drouin allegedly punched the female worker in the face and pushed over two large pickle jars, knocking the worker to the floor and shattering the jars, police said.

Drouin ran from the station with the worker in pursuit. The worker nabbed Drouin nearby outside city hall and held her until police arrived.

Drouin told police the episode began when the sandwich maker put “too many pickles” on her lunch. She complained to police of neck pain and was taken to a hospital.

She'll be summoned to Quincy District Court to face an assault charge, police said. The Associated Press couldn't locate a listed phone number for her.

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