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Ravens Rookie Breaks Up Knife Fight At Five Guys Burgers, West Coasters Say In-N-Out Knife Fights Are Better

Tandon Doss is just a rookie, so he's still learning about Baltimore. His first lesson: the only two reasons to go to the Inner Harbor are the Aquarium and the chance to watch brawls at the many many chain restaurants (I saw a guy get shanked at the Cheesecake Factory once). Doss wasn't there for the dolphin show:

Baltimore police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the dispute broke out in the restaurant in the Pratt Street Pavilion about 4:30 p.m. He said two men, one police believe to have been angry about getting fired, cut the 34-year-old manager with a knife.

Guglielmi said the two men, both former employees, ran from the restaurant but left the knife behind. The manager suffered a minor cut on his chin and was treated and released from an area hospital, the spokesman said.

Doss, a 21 year old who was the club's fourth-round pick in April, wrote via Twitter, "Jus had to break up a fight at five guy. Baltimore is too ratchet!!!"


Please use the comment section to irrationally claim that your regional fast food place is clearly superior to those regional fast food places that aren't near you. Cheeburger Cheeburger 'til I die, yo.

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