‘Loud, Boisterous’ Man Loses Poker Hand, Verbally Abuses Dealer and Others
Oakwood, Ga. man arrested after tirade at Del Rio Mexican Restaurant in Dacula, Ga.
An Oakwood Ga. man was apparently unable to discern when he should hold his cards versus when he should fold them. He also failed to realize when he should walk away as opposed to launching a verbal tirade against the poker dealer and others at a Dacula, Ga. restaurant.
Gwinnett County Police were called to Del Rio Mexican Restaurant on Dec. 1 after Christopher Dean, 34, reportedly began acting in a “loud, boisterous and intoxicated” manner. The manager of the restaurant advised police that Dean became verbally abusive after losing a poker hand, calling the dealer a “[expletive deleted] chunky [expletive deleted]” and informed other guests that they were “old.” Dean allegedly also “got in the faces” of two other people and was verbally abusive toward them as well.
After being asked several times to leave the premises, Dean finally did, but was reportedly yelling and cursing as he left.
When interviewed by police, Dean denied using vulgar or profane language, but admitted he had been drinking. In the arrest report, the officer noted that Dean had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and was slurring his words.
Based on the information gathered from witnesses, Dean was placed under arrest on a charge of disorderly conduct. He was transported to the Gwinnett County Jail and released the following day on a $125 bond.
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