People go to Golden Corral for a big meal, and the joint better deliver on steak night. There were some big issues with one Philly area eatery did not deliver the meat.
According to CBS Philly, an all-out brawl took place in Bensalem at a Golden Corral restaurant on Friday night. Due to this, police are still trying to understand how the brawl began in the first place.
A former employee of the restaurant stated that he was told the fight may have happened after a customer was livid after the buffet ran out of steak. Video shared with Eyewitness News showed that punches were being thrown and high chairs were flying as an all-out brawl broke loose inside the Golden Corral in Bensalem Friday evening.
“I’ve never seen nothing like that in Golden Corral before,” former employee Dylan Becker said.
From what I heard it was over steak, apparently somebody cut in line. There was a shortage of steak and two parties were involved and one family cut in front of another family, they were taking their time and they ran out of steak and it got into a heated exchange at the tables.”
Bensalem police confirmed that the brawl may have involved more than 40 people and happened after an argument among some customers. JK Hospitality, LLC, the Golden Corral franchisee wrote in a statement: “Thankfully, no serious injuries have been reported. The safety of our guests and co-workers is our top priority.”
A man could be heard in the video saying “all I wanted was some steak.” Police are currently investigating the matter and trying to find out who was responsible for inciting the brawl. That person could face several charges including simple assault.