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美国物价飙升,三女子因蘸料价格过高打砸餐厅

Alena Botros
2022-07-13

顾客觉得调味酱收费过高,于是事情一发不可收拾。

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遭到破坏的并非LES餐厅。图片来源:GETTY IMAGES

通货膨胀似乎让所有人都深有感触。

比如在美国纽约市的夜生活中心之一:下东区。该社区是19世纪著名的移民文化中心,到21世纪成为20多岁的年轻人深夜痛饮的好去处。最近,这里却因为消费者对物价上涨不满而引发了一场冲突。

今年7月4日的凌晨4点左右,三位顾客打砸了一家法式炸薯条店,造成25000美元损失,并导致一名员工受伤,需要接受缝合治疗。

这名员工告诉《纽约邮报》(New York Post),自从被一部平板电脑收银机击中头部之后,她一直在居家休养。

一条两分钟时长的视频在社交媒体上传播。视频显示,三名女子一边大笑,一边疯狂打砸勒德洛街一家深夜营业的法式炸薯条店Bel Fries。

视频中,一名女子将玻璃杯砸向耐热有机玻璃,并竖起中指,然后跳上柜台,朋友拉着她的胳膊试图将她拽下来,但她却跳到了另外一侧。

她们为什么这样做?原因是Bel Fries对额外提供的调味汁收费1.75美元。

毕竟,通货膨胀已经达到近四十年新高。过去12个月,食品、汽油、公用设施、住房等商品的价格上涨了8.6%。蒙茅斯大学(Monmouth University)的一项调查发现,42%的美国人表示很难维持自己的财务状况,汽油价格和日常账单令他们感到担忧。

顾客觉得调味酱收费过高,于是事情一发不可收拾。

“她们没有必要这样做,因为我们收费的是额外供应的调味酱”

三名女子进入柜台和员工操作区后,开始随手拿起物品扔向视频拍摄者。

她们打破了有机玻璃罩,将店内搞得一片狼藉,而她们身后的人却一边大笑欢呼,一边拍视频。

据美国哥伦比亚广播公司新闻台(CBS News)报道,三名女子已经被警方逮捕,面临重罪指控。

店主安娜莉·施洛斯贝格对CBS News表示:“她们肯定是有某些原因,但她们没有必要这样做,因为我们收费的是额外供应的调味酱。她们不应该因此做出这种行为。”

Bel Fries直到7月7日下午才重新开业。

施洛斯贝格称,成本上涨导致人们难以维持生计,但这种暴力行为造成了25000美元损失,还有人受伤,这一危险经历让店员感到震惊。(财富中文网)

译者:刘进龙

审校:汪皓

通货膨胀似乎让所有人都深有感触。

比如在美国纽约市的夜生活中心之一:下东区。该社区是19世纪著名的移民文化中心,到21世纪成为20多岁的年轻人深夜痛饮的好去处。最近,这里却因为消费者对物价上涨不满而引发了一场冲突。

今年7月4日的凌晨4点左右,三位顾客打砸了一家法式炸薯条店,造成25000美元损失,并导致一名员工受伤,需要接受缝合治疗。

这名员工告诉《纽约邮报》(New York Post),自从被一部平板电脑收银机击中头部之后,她一直在居家休养。

一条两分钟时长的视频在社交媒体上传播。视频显示,三名女子一边大笑,一边疯狂打砸勒德洛街一家深夜营业的法式炸薯条店Bel Fries。

视频中,一名女子将玻璃杯砸向耐热有机玻璃,并竖起中指,然后跳上柜台,朋友拉着她的胳膊试图将她拽下来,但她却跳到了另外一侧。

她们为什么这样做?原因是Bel Fries对额外提供的调味汁收费1.75美元。

毕竟,通货膨胀已经达到近四十年新高。过去12个月,食品、汽油、公用设施、住房等商品的价格上涨了8.6%。蒙茅斯大学(Monmouth University)的一项调查发现,42%的美国人表示很难维持自己的财务状况,汽油价格和日常账单令他们感到担忧。

顾客觉得调味酱收费过高,于是事情一发不可收拾。

“她们没有必要这样做,因为我们收费的是额外供应的调味酱”

三名女子进入柜台和员工操作区后,开始随手拿起物品扔向视频拍摄者。

她们打破了有机玻璃罩,将店内搞得一片狼藉,而她们身后的人却一边大笑欢呼,一边拍视频。

据美国哥伦比亚广播公司新闻台(CBS News)报道,三名女子已经被警方逮捕,面临重罪指控。

店主安娜莉·施洛斯贝格对CBS News表示:“她们肯定是有某些原因,但她们没有必要这样做,因为我们收费的是额外供应的调味酱。她们不应该因此做出这种行为。”

Bel Fries直到7月7日下午才重新开业。

施洛斯贝格称,成本上涨导致人们难以维持生计,但这种暴力行为造成了25000美元损失,还有人受伤,这一危险经历让店员感到震惊。(财富中文网)

译者:刘进龙

审校:汪皓

It seems like inflation is really getting to people.

Look no further than one of the centers of night life in New York City: the Lower East Side. The neighborhood, known for outgrowing its past as the center of immigrant culture in the 19th century to the center of 20-something late-night carousing in the 21st, just had a brush with consumer outrage over rising prices.

Around 4:00 a.m. on July 4, three customers wrecked a french fry shop, causing $25,000 in damages and physically harming an employee to the extent that staples were required.

The employee told the New York Post she has not left her house since she was hit in the head by a tablet cash register.

A two-minute video circulating through social media shows three women wreaking havoc at the late-night french fry shop, Bel Fries, on Ludlow street, smiling and laughing as they did so.

One woman can be seen throwing glass bottles against the plexiglass and throwing up her middle finger before jumping on the counter, as her friend tugs her arm to come down, instead she hops over to the other side.

The cause? Bel Fries was charging $1.75 for extra dipping sauce.

Inflation is, after all, at a four-decade high, with the cost of food, gas, utilities, housing and other goods up 8.6% over the past 12 months. Forty-two percent of Americans say they are struggling to remain where they are financially, citing gas prices and paying everyday bills as concerns, according to a Monmouth University poll.

Here’s how wild things got after hours when the sauce was too expensive.

“It didn’t have to do with us, clearly, because it was over sauce”

All three women, once over the counter and into the employee-only area, began throwing anything they could get their hands on, aiming at the person filming.

The women proceed to break off the plexiglass shield, tear the place apart all while people behind them laugh, cheer and film.

Police arrested the three women, and they are now facing felony charges, according to CBS News.

“There's something going on with them, and it didn't have to do with us, clearly, because it was over sauce,” owner Annalee Schlossberg told CBS News. “That shouldn't call for that behavior.”

Bel Fries did not reopen until the July 7 afternoon.

Costs are rising and people are struggling to make ends meet, but this violent act caused $25,000 in damages, according to Schlossberg, and a traumatic, dangerous experience that left workers in shock.

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