Calif. teen arrested for Boston Market drive-thru prank, burning worker

12/09/2010 // WPB, FL, USA // Personal Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley

Sacramento, CA—A prank gone wrong has landed one boy in serious trouble, and put a Boston Market worker in the hospital with second-degree burns. A 17-year-old boy was booked on suspicion of committing battery causing great bodily harm for allegedly throwing hot cream spinach, as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle.

Police officials have reported that a 17-year-old boy threw a hot creamed spinach dish at a Boston Market worker as he went through the drive-thru of the Roseville restaurant.

Roseville police Lt. Michael Doane said “the attack appeared to be a prank known as ‘fire in the hole,’ in which people video-record themselves throwing food or drinks into the faces of clerks helping them.”

The 21-year-old Boston Market employee suffered second-degree burns as a result of the alleged “prank.”

The teen, whom was accompanied by his parents, turned himself in on Wednesday, December 8, 2010. He was booked on suspicion of committing battery, causing great bodily harm.

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