Police have charged a Sydney chef over the alleged stabbing of a man after he complained about the service at a restaurant in the city’s south west. The NSW police reports that five men were at a restaurant on Haldon Street in Lakemba late Sunday night when they complained about the service.
An argument ensued at the front counter of the restaurant and a chef allegedly retrieved a long metal skewer from the kitchen and began threatening the men with it. The fight continued outside the restaurant after the customers walked away and the chef returned inside. Police allege the chef came back outside armed with the skewer and attempted to strike one of the men with it.
The skewer pierced the palm of the customer and exited the other side. He had to be taken to Sydney Hand and Eye Hospital for surgery.
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