Two employees at a suburban Cleveland Topgolf were assaulted Wednesday night, according to police, who say this all stems from a customer being told his credit card had been declined. Police say Shaquan Foreman Antoin, 25, tried to pay his bill with a credit card but it was declined. Antoin paid with cash instead but proceeded to call the employee a profane word.
The Topgolf employee told Antoin and Dekotha Arnold, 20, she would have a manager remove them and that’s when, police say, the fight was on with Arnold throwing punches. The video below shows the fight and Antoin punching the female employees before picking up what appears to be money and heading for the exit.
Police arrested the couple and they’ve been charged with assault and resisting arrest.
“Police said the two victims had visible injuries, including a black eye and a chipped tooth,” according to Fox8. “The manager told police he thought the one server was unconscious when he saw her on the ground.”
And there you have it, the America we’re living in. People getting emotional over a credit card being declined. It happens, Shaquan. There’s no need for you and Dekotha to beat up employees when they tell you to leave their business.