- Adam Lloyd Carlson, 45, is accused of robbing Golden Dragon, a restaurant in Tucson, Arizona, in February and March.
- During both incidents, he reportedly brandished a green pistol.
- The restaurant’s cashier managed to call 911 during the second incident, forcing him to flee.
- Carlson is currently being held at Pima County Jail on two counts of armed robbery.
A man suspected of robbing a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, Arizona, two times earlier this year has reportedly been arrested.
Adam Lloyd Carlson, 45, robbed Golden Dragon restaurant at 4704 E. Sunrise Dr. near Swan Road for the first time on Feb. 17 at around 7:46 p.m, according to the authorities.
Pennsylvania Asian restaurant shuts down permanently after owner fatally shoots man who attempted robbery
- Asian Best announced it would permanently close after a fatal robbery attempt on Tuesday.
- The robber was identified as 33-year-old Rickey Cox Jr. from nearby Manchester Township.
Asian Best, a Chinese and Thai restaurant in York, Pennsylvania, that was recently hit by an attempted robbery on Tuesday, announced it would permanently close its doors following the deadly incident.
The restaurant announced on Wednesday on its Facebook page that the business, which had served the community of York since 2009, would be closing down after the incident, which left one man dead, according to York Daily Record.
Chinese restaurant receives hate calls over viral videos of worker scooping spilled sauce from floor
- A Chinese restaurant in Toronto went viral after videos of a worker putting spilled sauce into a bucket outdoors before bringing it into the business circulated on social media.
- Lin said he wanted to avoid the oncoming vehicles on the road, so he cleaned up the mess as fast as possible.
- “When he came in, I said, ‘Don’t worry about it, all these buckets have to go,’” Hong Shing owner Colin Li said, adding that quality control was the restaurant’s top priority.
- Elisha Pommainville, who recorded the videos, encourages the community to support the business, but does not regret sharing the videos.
A Chinese restaurant in Canada received hate calls after a series of videos of an employee putting sauce that spilled on the ground into a bucket he later took inside the restaurant was shared on social media.
Videos of Zebin Lin were first shared on Snapchat by Elisha Pommainville, who was driving by Hong Shing Chinese Restaurant in downtown Toronto when she saw the employee scooping up the spilled sauce from the ground.
An owner of a Chinese restaurant in England went viral for her response to negative reviews on an online food order and delivery website.
Alice Cheung, 50, owner of Chinese takeout establishment Oriental Express in Leeds, West Yorkshire, won the internet for her no-nonsense replies to negative reviews on Just Eat, according to LADBible.
A Chinese restaurant in Montreal is enjoying a spike in orders after candid descriptions from its menu went viral on social media.
Cuisine Aunt Dai, located at 1448 Saint Mathieu St., serves dishes available in many other places but takes a unique approach by apparently “reviewing” itself before customers could.
The oldest and still-running Chinatown restaurant in the United States, which has survived the 1918 Pandemic and two World Wars, is not in New York or San Francisco.
The Pekin Noodle Parlor, based in Butte, Montana, has been in operation since it first opened in 1911, according to CBS News.
Up to 10 businesses — including a landmark Chinese restaurant — have been reduced to ashes in a series of “suspicious” fires in Hollister, California on Monday.
The Hollister Fire Department first received a report of a burning car on Santa Ana Rd. and East St. around 1:55 a.m. A few minutes later, another car fire was reported on East St. and Second St.
A group of customers turned violent toward owners of a Chinese restaurant in Plymouth County, Massachusetts after being told to wear face masks.
A man was captured on video yelling profanities at an elderly Chinese restaurant staff in British Columbia after he felt the store took too long to prepare his order.
“Chinese restaurant syndrome” is still on Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary — and many Asians are livid about it.
For those who may be unaware, the term refers to “a group of symptoms (such as numbness of the neck, arms, and back with headache, dizziness, and palpitations) that is held to affect susceptible persons eating food and especially Chinese food heavily seasoned with monosodium glutamate (MSG),” according to the reference.
People on the internet are relating so much to Andrew Yang after he recounted on Twitter his time working as a busboy at a Chinese restaurant.
Yang, a Democratic 2020 presidential candidate, shared the relatable message over the weekend, writing, “I was a busboy at a Chinese restaurant as a teenager. You never forget that. The heated washer burned my hands. The other workers scoffed at me because they’d gotten used to it years ago. I still tip well to this day.”
A Chinese restaurant owner who took a 13-year-old boy “against his will” and pointed a BB gun to his head in early June will not be facing kidnapping charges.
Parts of the story, which was caught on video, occurred at Double Dragon restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky on June 4.