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August 26, 2013 at 5:17 PM

Woman arrested after spraying baby with soy sauce

A 52-year-old woman walked into a restaurant in the Chinatown International District Monday afternoon and sprayed a baby and a few other patrons with soy sauce and chocolate milk.

Upon entering the restaurant, she told everyone to “go back to China,” and flipped plates, spat on a man and squirted soy sauce on him and his baby, according to a Seattle police report on the incident.

The release said the woman had ruined “what had undoubtedly been a¬†perfectly delightful afternoon Dim Sum.”

Responding officers found several people standing outside, covered in food. When police contacted the angry woman, she slapped one of them in the arm and was arrested and booked for harassment and assault on an officer, the release said.

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