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Dec 16, 2012 at 03:31pm IST

Delhi: Youths force waiter to eat their leftover food, open fire on refusal

New Delhi: A young man early on Sunday morning opened fire at a waiter who refused to eat the leftover food after he and his friends finished eating at a dhaba in central Delhi. However, the victim escaped without any wounds.

The man identified as Rajesh was caught with a pistol after he fired at Monu, who hails from Etawah district in Uttar Pradesh, at around 6.30 am near Shivaji Stadium in Connaught Place in the heart of the capital. Police said Rajesh along with his friends Vishal and Sahil had come to the dhabha where Monu is working as a waiter in the morning and had some food.

After they were done with eating, they forced the waiter to have the leftover food. "When Monu refused to do so, Rajesh took out a pistol from his pocket and fired at the victim. But the victim escaped without any injury," police said. While Rajesh was immediately arrested, his two associates managed to escape from the spot.

Youths open fire at waiter for refusing to eat leftovers

After they were done with eating, Rajesh and his two friends forced Monu to have the leftover food.

Police have registered an FIR and are on the lookout for the two who escaped after the incident.