Dunkin' Donuts worker uses hot coffee to stop robber
Man gets away empty handed
A Dunkin' Donuts employee in Connecticut stopped a robbery with the closest weapon available -- hot coffee.
Police say the robber pulled up to the drive-though and tried to climb through the window.
The worker first tried to shut the window on him, but then tossed a cup of hot coffee in his face.
When that didn't stop him, the clerk grabbed a pot of coffee and threw it at him.
The man got away empty handed, and he's still on the run.