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"Dine-and-dash" robberies appear to be on the rise | 不景气 蒙市霸王餐和搶劫案例增加

Multiple "dine and dash" robberies occurred at Monterey Park restaurants recently, a potential side effect of the recession.

受不景氣影響,蒙特利公園市日前發生多起吃霸王餐和搶劫等案例。20日下午3時左右在Atlantic大道上的海皇翠享村(Empress Harbor Seafood Restaurant),一名亞裔中年男子吃霸王餐,聲稱已付餐費而拒絕結帳。洪姓經理憂慮會被男子誣告餐廳雙重收費而不追究,男子卻反而拒絕離開,經理最終不得不報警處理。業者表示吃霸王餐的案例不勝少許,為者也不像流浪漢,懷疑是這是大環境不景氣的後遺癥。


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