Outside of wearing damp jeans out of the dryer or getting stuck behind a lady with coupons at Walgreens, there's nothing more irritating than ordering bad food at a restaurant. I guess that's why Orlando Portwood recently attacked a cook at Han-D-Sak:
It happened last week at Han-D-Sak in northeast Oklahoma City.
"It's certainly something you don't see every day when somebody assaults somebody else with an axe handle over food," said MSgt. Gary Knight. "A man had purchased some food there, did not like the food and got very upset about it."
Geeze, I hope Orlando never visits a Braum's or Taco Bueno. Then he may actually put a blade on the axe handle. And to answer your question, no, Louis has not yet reviewed Han-D-Sak. We're bumping that one up on the list.
Naturally, KFOR found a person on the street to get their thoughts on the assault. Check out these deep words of simple philosophical wisdom:
"The pork chop is good. I don't know what his complaint was, but the pork chop is good," said Kim Jackson, a customer. "To me, you shouldn't attack the cook because the cook is there to fix the food, not to fight with you."
You shouldn't attack the cook because the cook is there to fix the food, not to fight with you. That needs to go on a motivational poster at every restaurant in America.