two arrested after food fight in McDonald's drive-thru lane

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 3:49 AM

Authorities declare Avon resident Stephen Nardi and Bloomfield resident Jocelyn Harrell got into an argument Thursday evening at a McDonald'south in Glastonbury.

CT police declare two people have been arrested after a dispute in a McDonald'south drive-thru lane turned into a food fight.

Authorities declare Avon resident Stephen Nardi and Bloomfield resident Jocelyn Harrell got into an argument Thursday evening at a McDonald'south in Glastonbury. Police declare they got out of their vehicles, threw food at each other and assaulted each other.

Police didn't declare what prompted the fight.

Nardi and Harrell were charged with misdemeanor assault and breach of peace. They were released on promises to show up in Manchester Superior Ct on April 27.

Phone listings for Nardi and Harrell couldn't be found. It'south not clear if they've lawyers who could comment on the allegations.

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