A teen employee at an ice cream parlor in Metro Detroit is recovering from minor injuries after a customer assault last month.

According to reports a customer at a Cold Stone Creamery in metro Detroit assaulted an employee over the size of the portion they prepared for her.  The customer grabbed a vase with flowers and threw it at the teen and also threw a scale.

The employee was knocked down but only sustained minor injuries.  The manager told a local news outlet that the woman wanted for the assault had been to that ice cream parlor multiple times before and also that she was mad about the portion size.  The woman felt like she wasn’t getting the proper amount of ice cream she paid for.

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15 ‘Seinfeld’-isms We Now Use in Everyday Life

  • 'Hello…Newman'

    Know someone you can’t stand?  Ever greet them with the same disdain?  Stop kidding yourself; yes, you have!

  • Festivus

    People celebrate Festivus now.  Seriously, here’s a Festivus pole for sale on Amazon!

  • The Jerk Store

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  • 'You’re So Good Looking'

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  • 'Shrinkage'

    HE WAS IN THE POOL!

  • '…Not that there’s anything wrong with that'

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  • 'No soup for you!'

    Soup!  Seinfeld has changed the way we look at soup since this classic episode!

  • 'Spare a square

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  • Man hands

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  • 'Master of your domain

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  • 'Sponge-worthy'

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  • 'Yada Yada Yada'

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  • 'These pretzels are making me thirsty!'

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