A Chicago man says he was injured when staff at an Orland Park pub picked him up, carried him out and threw him into a fence outside.
Matthew Mueller visited Jordan’s Pub and Eatery—now the Ale House Grill—at 13500 S. Harlem Ave. on July 7, 2012. In a lawsuit seeking $150,000 in damages, Mueller alleges that he was "fatigued and drowsy" when staff asked him to leave. But he "apparently apparently did not move quickly enough to the satisfaction of said employee,” and the employee “lifted and carried” Mueller toward the front door, Sun-Times Media reports.
Mueller claims the employee than threw him out the door, onto a thick metal fence a few feet from the door. The incident caused Mueller pain, disability and lost wages, the three-count suit claims.
Mueller says he’s suffered from pain, disability and lost wages. The Cook County Circuit Court claims battery, negligent hiring and negligence, according to the report.