Flagler County authorities say man assaulted for calzone complaint

PALM COAST, Fla. (AP) - Flagler County authorities say a
restaurant owner pistol-whipped and beat a customer who complained
that his takeout order was incorrect.

Joseph Milano, the owner of Goomba's Pizzeria, has been charged
with aggravated assault and battery with a deadly weapon and
released on bail.

According to a police report, security footage from the pizzeria
shows that Milano struck Richard Phinney with a gun. He then jumped
over a counter and started to assault Phinney and his roommate.

Phinney was at the pizzeria to collect a refund for a calzone,
which he said was prepared incorrectly. He was taken to a hospital
after the incident with a bloodied head.

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