A Dunkin' Donuts customer in New Britain, Conn. was arrested on March 7, 2013 after he threatened employees with an ax and proceeded to destroy the interior of the store and a plate-glass window.
NBC reports that Wilfred Levine, 63, was loitering in the store on Wednesday and was told to leave. Shortly after employees led him out of the Dunkin' Donuts store on 118 East Main Street, Levine came back with an ax.
The angry customer reportedly jumped over the counter and stated that he was looking for the two employees who escorted him from the store.
Levine then started demolishing the interior of the store and smashed the big, plate-glass window with his ax.
The Dunkin' Donuts customer's rage didn't stop there. When police arrived on the scene, Levine raised his ax at an officer.
He refused to drop the ax when ordered to do so, so officers on the scene subdued him with a stun gun.
Now being held on a $750,000 bond, NBC states that Wilfred Levine will face a long list of charges including criminal attempt to commit assault, criminal attempt to commit assault on police, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, possession of a dangerous weapon, breach of peace, reckless endangerment and interfering with police.