From the Des Moines Register:
The man accused of throwing a McChicken sandwich at his wife reportedly broke the woman's nose during the incident, police said Thursday.
Sgt. Jason Halifax, a spokesman for the Des Moines Police department, confirmed that Marvin Tramaine Hill II, 21, did more damage than police initially thought after smashing a sandwich bun into his wife's face Tuesday afternoon. Halifax said charges against Hill will likely be amended to simple domestic assault causing bodily injury.
"It doesn't matter what instrument is used to commit the assault ... ," Halifax said. "Domestic abuse is a huge problem. The greater issue is this guy is getting angry over a sandwich."
None of the customers at the Shoal Harbour Drive restaurant were seated at the centre tables when the truck crashed through the front window into the dining area.
The apologetic driver bought wings for the startled customers who were in the restaurant at the time.
A spokesperson with the company said there was no structural damage to the building, just broken windows and damaged furniture.
From CBS Boston:
A game of Monopoly ended with a young woman under arrest in New Hampshire.
Hooksett police say they were called to a home on Post Road late Sunday night for a report of a domestic disturbance.
Alyssa Ferraro, 21, told officers "she got into an argument with her boyfriend over a game of Monopoly and open hand slapped him in the face," according to a police statement.
The boyfriend was not seriously hurt.