“Blood going to spill tonight!” Alabama Hooters forced to shut down over armed man’s threats
DAPHNE, Ala. (BIKER DAD)– A place known for its chicken wings and bike nights is making headlines for something else completely. The managers of an Alabama Hooters were forced to shut down when a disgruntled customer sent them some disturbing messages.
“Blood going to spill tonight,” police say, Ralph Abney, 49, wrote in an email. And the threats weren’t hollow. The email included a picture of him holding a gun. Daphne Police posted about it on their Facebook page. Hooters employees told police that Abney caused a disturbance. As a result, they asked him to leave.
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Because of that, police say, he sent them the threatening message. Managers closed the store and sent the Hooters girls and the rest of the staff home. Police found him near his home and also found the gun.
He was arrested on felony terrorist threat charges. But with the revolving door in the Alabama court system, he was soon released on a $7,500 bond.CycleVin.com – Fast Easy Motorcycle History Reports For Only $25!