A free cheesecake promotion at a cheese factory in Northern Virginia turned into chaos on Wednesday, leading to the arrest of a man.
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A number of delivery drivers gathered at a cheesecake factory in Arlington in response to the chain restaurant deal, which grants online orders to customers using the DoorDash order app, give a free piece of cheese to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
"In celebration To celebrate our 40th anniversary, on December 5th, starting at 11:30 am local time, we are giving away 40,000 FREE * pieces of cheesecake! Get a free piece * cheesecake when you order the delivery via DoorDash! Use the promo code FREESLICE at checkout. Get it for as long as you can, because an offer that is so sweet does not last long! "Wrote the Cheesecake Factory on their website and found for a limited time that a delivery fee of $ 0 would apply.
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The popularity of the promotion prompted the couriers to double the park and displace the restaurant, said Arlington Province Police Officer Ashley Savage opposite the Washington Post The officers were called to the institution at about 1:00 pm
While the large group was forming, there was reportedly a dispute in the restaurant.
By the time the officers answered, the fight was over but the police were still arresting a man who refused to leave the restaurant when he was asked, the post reported. Cheesecake Factory employees allegedly called for the police Stop picking up the man, but he fought with officers in the restaurant.
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After the fight, the man was taken to the hospital on request for possible injury. The police told the post that he had been taken to a hospital and was charged with disorderly behavior.
The police stayed in the cheesecake factory to monitor the crowds.
A DoorDash spokesman said in a comment to Fox News that they were "aware" of this incident and cooperate with local law enforcement. "