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Disorderly trio kicked out of Birmingham diner

Birmingham police officers were advised of a group of disorderly customers refusing to leave Leo’s Coney Island, located at 154 S. Old Woodward, on Sunday, November 27, after two individuals were asked to leave after an altercation the night before.

A witness told officers that two males and a female arrived at the restaurant, but the males were told by a waitress they were not allowed inside after an incident occurred the night before. The female was told she could stay, but became agitated with the waitress and was eventually also asked to leave.

According to officers, a physical altercation ensued, and Leo’s staff asked that all three of the individuals were criminally trespassing on the property. After being removed from the restaurant, one of the males began yelling at officers and punching the window of the building.

Birmingham police report he was arrested and issued a citation for disorderly intoxication.


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