Would you rather complain at a restaurant and get a LOOGIE in your food? Or have THIS happen? I’m going with loogie all day . . .
46-year-old David Evans took his wife out to an Indian restaurant in Wales on Saturday. And when the waiter asked how their food was, they said the meat was “tough and rubbery.” So the chef came out to talk to them.
David’s wife says the chef was rude and started swearing. So David followed him to the kitchen to get an apology . . . and instead, got a fistful of CHILI POWDER in his EYES.
A security camera got it on video. The chef claims he thought David was going to hit him, so he threw chili powder in his face in self-defense. It doesn’t look like David ever touched him though. (The video is at the top of this page.)
David says it was the most painful thing he’s ever experienced, and he couldn’t see at all. He tried flushing his eyes out in the bathroom, but it didn’t help. And he eventually went to the hospital in an ambulance.
His doctors had to tape tiny tubes to his forehead that kept dripping some sort of solution into his eyes until he could see again. Apparently he could have gone BLIND, and the chili powder also caused burns on his hands and chest.
The chef is facing assault charges.