A Dearborn, Michigan, grandmother was in for quite the surprise after she asked patrons at a local Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant to watch their language. According to her family, the woman, who was celebrating her grandson's seventh birthday, was viciously attacked by one of the men following her request.
The woman's daughter claims that the incident unfolded on Sunday afternoon after she told the group at a nearby table to control their cursing. "Please don't use that language with children," she said. Rather than listening to her demand, they apparently responded, "Shut the f--- up and turn around."
Then, the situation escalated.
Following this interaction, the woman's daughter claims that a man jumped over the tables and started swinging. He ended up hitting the 50-year-old grandmother in the face and then allegedly dragged her by her hair.
The victim was taken to a nearby hospital, where she was treated for injuries to her face and mouth; she also underwent a CAT scan.
The family has requested that their identity not be released by the media. This was apparently the third time that an incident of violence had broken out at a Detroit-area Chuck E. Cheese's.