BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- An employee at the Met Bar and Grill is accused of brandishing a knife after he was asked to leave the building.
According to the Back Bay Patch, witnesses allege Armando Linares was intoxicated when he arrived to work on Sunday. Linares reportedly refused to leave the Dartmouth Street eatery, mumbling that he was "not afraid of any of them" as he brandished a knife.
Linares is accused of poking another employee twice with the knife. The employee was not injured.
Linares is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and trespassing.
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