WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- On Sunday, ABC13 reports about an assault incident involving two workers at a Domino’s pizzeria in Texas all because the other worker disclosed spoilers of the Marvel’s superhero movie “Avengers: Endgame”.
- Cops who answered the call of an assault report at the restaurant in Friendswood said they issued 33-year-old Justine Surface an assault citation.
- Before its U.S. release on Friday, the blockbuster movie’s film directors have requested fans not to dish out spoilers so as not to spoil the fun for those who haven’t seen it yet.
What’s the surest way to get your butt kicked? Leaking “Avengers: Endgame” spoilers!
This was proven when an employee at Domino’s in Texas attacked a fellow co-worker over the weekend for revealing what happens in the blockbuster movie that has just been released on Friday in the U.S., reveals a report.
According to a report by ABC13, police were called early Sunday for a report of an assault at the Friendswood restaurant.
After going after his co-worker who divulged details and spoilers about Marvel’s superhero film, Justin Surface, 33, was issued a citation for assault by contact.
After learning the reason of the attack, a customer of the pizzeria commented to ABC13, “That just seems kind [of] insane to me,” while Domino staffers refused to dish out their comments to the news outlet regarding the incident.
Days before the movie was released, the film’s directors, brothers Anthony and Joseph Russo wrote an open letter online asking fans not to share major details with others who haven’t watched the movie yet.
“We’re once again asking for your help because so many of you have invested your time, your hearts, and your souls into these stories,” wrote the filmmakers. “When you see Endgame in the coming weeks, please don’t spoil it for others, the same way you wouldn’t want it spoiled for you.”
In a similar incident in Hong Kong, a man who shouted out spoilers to Avengers fans queuing to watch the hotly anticipated movie was beaten outside a cinema in Hong Kong last week.
Source: New York Post