This Chuck E. Cheese Restaurant Really Knows How To Party

Police had to respond to three separate incidents in one day this past Saturday at the Chuck E. Cheese in Susquehanna Township, Pennsylvania, according The Patriot-News. We hope the police got some free slices or skee-ball tickets on that last call. Well maybe just free skee-ball tickets.

Incident #1: Police were called to investigate reports of a fight. “Police said they determined a 16-year-old girl to be the main aggressor in the fight. The girl continued to be disorderly outside the restaurant, attempted to flee from police, then resisted attempts to arrest her, police said. She was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, and released to her family, police said.”

Incident #2: Police were called to investigate an abandoned 2-year-old, who was apparently left by his family (we presume they were fleeing the raging teenage girl).

Incident #3: Police were called to investigate an abandoned 20-year-old special needs woman who had “left the restaurant unattended and had to be stopped from running into traffic.”

This establishment should get rid of the animatronics and just install huge plate glass windows so diners can see the cop drama outside. That’s clearly where the real excitement is.

“One day, three police incidents at Susquehanna Township Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurant” [] (Thanks to Howard!)
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