MYRTLE BEACH — Myrtle Beach police were searching Tuesday night for two men who fought inside a Subway restaurant in a dispute about the service, according to a police report.
Officers were flagged down at 9:17 p.m. Tuesday outside the Subway at 712 N. Kings Highway for a fight and damage to property, police said.
The officers learned from witnesses that a man came into the restaurant, placed and order and then returned to his vehicle while it was being prepared, according to the report. A second man came into the restaurant and ordered, but then complained about the service.
The first man returned to the store to pick up his order, according to the report. The first man overheard the second man complaining loudly and witnesses said being rude to the staff.
The first man confronted the second man about his behavior and they argued before they began to fight, according to the report. During the fight one man pushed the other into a glass window, which caused it to shatter.
The men then left the restaurant. The window was valued at $1,800.
Police are investigating the incident and no other details were listed in the report.
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