Punches were thrown at a family restaurant in Sacramento, California after racial slurs were hurled, according to family member Stephen Tran. Tran was working at Burgerim located at 7423 Fair Oaks Blvd Unit 9 in Carmichael when a customer was asked to wait outside due to COVID-19 regulations. However, that’s when the customer “threw a fit and said “f**k you and your ch**ky a** policy,” according to Tran.
Tran told the man that it was the governor’s rule but the customer told him “go back to China you covid a**,” Tran said. This led to Tran refusing him service but Tran said the customer then threatened to whoop his a**.
Things escalated and the customer threw a drink at Tran which made Tran jump on top of the counter before eventually descending back down like an angry eagle to deliver some whoop a**. Tran was not able to serve the customer a burger but did serve him a two-piece fisticuff combo before being separated.
Stephan Tran said he filed a report with the police and had them serve the customer “no trespassing papers.” He said he has the person’s identification but will not make it public because he does not want “to ruin any ones life.”
But that doesn’t mean it’s the end of it. Tran’s worried that he might need legal representation if the customer makes a bigger issue of it. A Gofundme was set up to pay for any lawyers that might be needed.
“We are not sure if we will need a lawyer yet but only time will tell,” Tran wrote. “Since there is no audio. This is a he say she say case which we are not pressing charges. Him not coming back is enough for us.”