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Drunken Dumpling Thieves Caught on Camera Raiding Popular Noodle Spot

After discovering that the electronic lock of Xi'an Famous Foods had malfunctioned due to a power failure, two drunk Chelsea girls noodled their way in for a late-night snack. Surveillance footage shared by restaurant owner Jason Wang shows the hungry drunkards plotting to cook dumplings and lamb noodles with little success. The young woman in Gucci shoes drops a couple of frozen dumplings into cold water and attempts to 'fry' them, while the other keeps watch at the front of the shop.

After some lively drunken banter, the two start to get nervous and give up on their culinary pursuits. Gucci girl stuffs the frozen dumplings into her bag and they split. The following day, Xi'an Famous Foods posted the footage and a statement to Facebook, urging the young women to come forward and apologize. Despite having lost a day of business and a bag of dumplings, Jason Wang decided not to file a police report. Instead, he hopes that the dumpling thieves will do the right thing on their own. Good on Xi'an for having a sense of humor about the whole thing.  

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Not many people could remain this cool, calm and collected when being held at gunpoint. Frankly, this dude is our new hero.

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Store owner fights off sword thieves with his own bigger sword.
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The large sword is mightier than the small sword.

Two young wannabe crooks learned that the hard way Aug. 15 as they tried to rob a convenient store with a sword, only to find a much the store owner's much bigger sword in their face.

Local news channel WPXI told the story.

Two juvenile boys ran into Perry Market on Perrysville Avenue shortly before 10 p.m., one of whom went behind the counter and demanded money, police said.

"He was like, 'Stay away. Give me money. Give me money,'" M.C. Hydare, the brother of the cashier, told Channel 11.

The other juvenile was stopped and held by a customer.

Investigators said that the juvenile who went behind the counter brandished a large silver knife that was more than one foot long. That's when the cashier pulled out the sword to defend himself and chase off the juveniles.



Here's the surveillance footage that shows the altercation: