REPORT: Restaurant employee beat with club after asking for unpaid wages
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A South Carolina restaurant manager was arrested Wednesday night after allegedly beating an employee who confronted him about not being paid for nearly 100 hours worked, Myrtle Beach Police Department said.
Tuscanini restaurant manager Adel Mansour, 47, reportedly beat the 55-year-old employee with a club after the employee approached him about having not been paid for 94 hours of work at $9 an hour, WMBF reported.
The article goes on to state the following:
According to police, Mansour went into the restaurant to get a club and then came outside and proceeded to strike the victim in the left arm at the elbow once and his back multiple times, WMBF reported. Security footage from the city cameras near the restaurant confirmed the altercation.
Myrtle Beach police officers were called to Tuscanini’s Restaurant, where a man said he confronted Adel Mansour about unpaid work time. Police say Mansour went into the restaurant and returned with a club. https://t.co/zXVjmfghFY
— WBTW News 13 (@WBTWNews13) August 9, 2018
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