LIBERTY, Ohio (AP) - A grocery store manager was struck in the head with a 10-pound sack of potatoes by a customer angry about having to wait in line, police say. Police in Liberty, near Youngstown in northeast Ohio, say a 59-year-old woman from Youngstown is suspected in the attack.
Scott Renzenbrink, 45, told police a clerk having problems with a customer called him to the register. The customer told him she was upset about the wait and struck the manager in the back of head with the potatoes when he was walking away after the conversation, according to police.
A witness followed the woman out to the parking lot and took down her license plate number.
Renzenbrink, who was not seriously hurt in the attack last Thursday, identified the woman by a Bureau of Motor Vehicles photo. He may file assault charges.
And naturally sue in civil court as well for the pain and emotional damage he suffered when all his employees laughed their asses off at him when he got his clock cleaned by a lady wielding a sack o' spuds.