Thursday, August 13, 2009

And the problem is?

This happened at the Twin Peaks near me and James. Unfortunately, we weren't there Monday night to witness the action firsthand.

AUSTIN (KXAN) - Sheriff deputies from Midland County, Texas are being investigated on allegations that they posed a restaurant employee in front of their patrol cars, holding a gun, in a Round Rock restaurant parking lot on Monday night.

While the pictures were not available for viewing and were not described at length in a police report obtained by KXAN Austin News, the restaurant was Twin Peaks- known for its scantily clad waitresses.


John said...

At least Twin Peaks is being cool about it.

Twin Peaks is a restaurant chain with locations mostly in Texas. As part of the restaurant theme, waitresses typically wear halter tops and short shorts.

Sam Baiocco, general manager of the Round Rock location, said Thursday that the waitress did nothing wrong.

"We take a lot of pictures here, you know what I'm saying, inside and outside," Baiocco said. "This one just got a little out of hand."

James said...

You think you could get some of the waitresses to come to your house and pose with your guns? I'll bring my camera.

James said...

Picture and more info about the story. Off-duty officer from a different town is the snitch to blame.

John said...

Why didn't that punk go ask those guys to stop having a good time on his own?