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article imageMan assaulted because of long wait at Tim Horton's drive-through

By Andrew Moran     Mar 16, 2010 in Crime
Ajax - Three men have been charged with assault after they allegedly struck a man because he was taking too long to order at the Tim Horton's drive-through.
A man has been allegedly beaten over the weekend by three men after he took too long to order at a Tim Horton’s drive-through in Ajax, Ontario according to the Toronto Star.
The 36-year-old man was sitting in the car with his wife and two kids in the early morning on Saturday, while he was placing an order; however, three men in a pick-up truck became impatient as they began to honk their horn and yell profanities, which prompted them to hit the driver.
The victim was not seriously injured but he suffered bumps and bruises from the attack. Officers are currently reviewing the footage from the drive-through.
City News reports that police responded to the scene immediately and arrested the suspects from the pick-up truck. The three men, Harvey Hale, 37, Randy Cayouette, 23, and Kevin Doucet, 25, were charged with assault and were later released from prison pending a court appearance.
“He was taking a long time to get the order straightened out, then the horns started honking and the guys started yelling. It was a kicking, punching type fight,” said police spokesperson Dave Selby, reports the Toronto Sun.
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