Manager Doesn’t Tolerate Rudeness, Calls Police.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — In what we believe to be our first “Boca Rudeton™” entrant to end up in jail, a woman dining at Saquella Cafe at 410 Via De Palmas allegedly threw a menu at a manager. But instead of that manager just brushing it off and accepting it as one more rude person in and around Boca, she called the cops. Now, Priscilla Andrade is facing a simple battery charge.
According to a police report reviewed by the Boca Rudeton team at BocaNewsNow.com, witnesses told police the same story that led to this narrative:
“Contact was made with the victim who is the Manager of the Cafe. The victim advised an irate female customer entered the Cafe demanding service. The female began causing a disturbance and cursing the victim out who was attempting to assist the female. The female asked for a menu from the victim but did, not like her attitude. The female then threw the menu directly at the victim, striking her in the neck and left forearm.”
Andrade was given an opportunity to take off, but she stayed for more Boca Rudeton…
Wrote police: “The victim advised the female she needed to leave the Cafe. The female then began throwing other items in Cafe and refused to leave.”
Taking her Boca Rudeton attitude to the next level, Andrade allegedly called the cafe nearly 40 times — police used the number, and a tool called “Accurint,” to find Andrade. She allegedly admitted to police that she threw the menu and caused a disturbance. Boca Raton Police charged her with not just with battery, but also “Aggravated Battery” on a person 65 or older — we are awaiting clarification as to what role the senior played in the event. The manager who was hit by the menu was not 65.
Priscilla Andrade: you are in today’s Boca Rudeton™ Spotlight! We understand you’ve won a stay in the beautiful, tranquil resort we know as the Palm Beach County Jail. Lovely accommodations although we hear the bars are always closed.
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