Police: Overwhelmed bowling supervisor requested patrons to put on masks


Authorities say the supervisor of a Maryland bowling alley was assaulted after he requested some patrons to put on face masks

GLEN BURNIE, Md. — The supervisor of a Maryland bowling alley was assaulted after he requested some patrons to put on face masks, police mentioned.

Anne Arundel police mentioned the supervisor of Bowl America in Glen Burnie requested a number of patrons to depart on Saturday as a result of they refused to put on face masks, which the bowling alley requires, The Capital Gazette reported.

In response to police, one of many males pushed the supervisor when he was requested to depart. When the supervisor escorted the patrons exterior, one of many males punched the supervisor and knocked him down. Police mentioned the opposite males within the group then hit and kicked the supervisor whereas he was down.

One other bowling alley worker got here to assist the supervisor and was additionally assaulted the group, police mentioned.

The supervisor was taken to an area hospital with minor accidents, police mentioned.

Police mentioned anybody with info on the case, ought to contact authorities.



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