ROCK HILL — Police drew a stun gun on a Rock Hill man who threatened and shouted profanities at several Waffle House employees and patrons Saturday while wielding what police say was plastic piping.
Jerome Anderson, 57, of 722 E. Main St. was arrested and charged with public disorderly conduct, according to a Rock Hill police report.
Officers were called to the Waffle House at 1049 S. Anderson Road after Anderson began making “abusive” remarks to restaurant employees and customers, the report states. Anderson refused to leave the premises and instead continued shouting profanities.
When police arrived, he picked up a “section of plastic piping,” the report states, and walked towards officers. An officer drew his stun gun and ordered Anderson to drop the pipe.
He did and was placed under arrest.