A 53-year-old Mequon man was warned for disorderly conduct after being told the Thiensville restaurant at which he was dining ran out of fish for its all-you-can-eat fish fry last week.
According to the police report:
The man had already consumed 12 pieces of fish around 7:40 p.m. Friday when informed the restaurant had run out and could not substitute any other fish.
The man then refused to pay his bill. After the restaurant gave him eight more pieces of fish to go, he paid his bill.
The man returned to the restaurant on May 13 with a picket sign protesting the restaurant’s poor business practices. Officers provided the man with guidelines for his protest, which he violated. He was then told to leave or risk arrest. He left and said he would return the next day.
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