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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

I like physically assaulting people who provide services to me.

So the old man apparently didn't want his bill......

......on Saturday night, according to a complaint filed with the Palm Beach Police Department, he reacted to subpar service by calling his waiter a "schmuck" and breaking his finger. Castle and his wife Marianne, the complaint says, were having dinner at Club Colette, an elite Palm Beach private dining club (restaurants are for poors), when their waiter Paul Kucik made the unforgivable error of bringing them the check. Which is vulgar, I guess? From the report, which was first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News:
Kucik stated that Mrs. Castle requested that Kucik bring her their dinner bill. Kucik stated that when he returned to the Castles' dinner table, Mrs. Castle instructed him to give the bill to her husband, John Castle who was seated across the dinner table from her.
Kucik stated that he attempted to hand Mr. Castle the bill and Mr. Castle became irate with him and yelled, "You schmuck, why did you bring the bill to the table?" Kucik stated that he replied, "because your lady asked for it." Kucik stated while he stood on the left side of Mr. Castle, he (Kucik) attempted to hand Mr. Castle an ink pen. Mr. Castle began ranting and grabbed Kucik's left hand and began squeezing and twisting his fingers. Kucik stated that Mr. Castle had a very tight grip of his left hand and Kucik had to pull his left hand out of Mr. Castle`s grasp. Kucik stated he was not certain which hand Mr. Castle grabbed his left hand with, but he believed Mr. Castle used his right hand.
Kucik stated that he immediately notified his employer of the incident, but no action was taken. Kucik stated he began experiencing pains in his fingers as a result of Mr. Castle's actions. Kucik stated that on January 8, 2012 at 9:00 a.m., he went to the M.D. Walk-In Clinic located on Lantana Road. Kucik stated an X-Ray of his fingers indicated that his left ring finger was broken.


  1. Ouch! That hurts. There are really hot-tempered and unpredictable people just like what that waiter met. Good thing he was able to find out about his broken finger to file a complaint against that customer. Thepacific walk in clinic also do some minor bone alignment cause I broke my finger once and they fix it there did the walk-in physician you got there also fix your broken finger?

  2. What a rude act. How could they do that to that poor waiter? I think he did not mean the mistake he did that night. Thank goodness for urgent help who fixes major and minor accident like sudden ear ache and a broken finger.

  3. After hearing about this incident, I felt sorry for that waiter. He does not deserve that treatment. As a member of vega one shake, we are willing to help him in any manner that we can give him.