Employees Shove Robber Out Drive-Thru Window At Philadelphia Wendy’s

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PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA — A man attempted a robbery at a Wendy’s in Philadelphia’s Lawncrest area on Adams Avenue around 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday. As he entered through the drive-thru window, brandishing a metal object, the alert staff quickly pushed him out.

The would-be robber fell, fleeing the scene on foot and losing a shoe in the process.

The police are currently investigating the incident.

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