Attacked a waitress when she asked him to stop smoking (security camera)
A man who came to a restaurant in Rosh Pina last week attacked and cursed a waitress, because she asked him to put out the cigarette he had lit on the spot.
The man, who had committed other assault offenses in the past, pushed the waitress who asked him to put out the cigarette, and after being taken out of the restaurant - knocked on the windows and cursed at her.
An indictment was filed against the attacker, and the police asked the court to arrest him until the end of the legal proceedings against him.
"Such an incident could have ended in a more serious outcome," warned the police officer who handled the case.
Police officers from the Rosh Pina station, which is located near the restaurant, were called to the scene, and arrested the attacker who forcibly resisted the arrest - the attacker tried to hit the policeman and spat at him.
Later he was taken for examination at Ziv Hospital in Safed, and there he continued to behave violently, throwing a glass of water at a policewoman and kicking a cart of medical supplies.
An officer at the Jordan-Rash Pina station, Corporal Alex Zorbel, said at the court hearing that "there is a worsening of the cases of violence.
This is a highly dangerous person and this is not the first time that he acts violently, this is also the reason why we asked the court to order his arrest until the end of the legal proceedings against him.
Such a person is a ticking time bomb and such an event could have ended with worse results."
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