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Subway clerk says man dressed like woman, goes to new lengths over "Footlongs" menu

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Police in North Charleston are searching for a suspect they claim is wanted for assault 3RD degree and vandalism after an incident at a Subway restaurant. The event made for a bizarre day for one local store clerk and the surveillance video shows the incident as it happens.

It was not the typical Monday afternoon at the Subway on McMillan Avenue in North Charleston and police are on the lookout for a suspect. Meantime a store clerk, who does not want to be identified, said she got a good look at the customer.

 "He was dressed as a female, he had on gold, yellowish color skinny-legged jeans and he had on a red shirt and he had his hair braided."

It all started just after lunch time when some customers walked in as they normally do but things got a little tense— when one of the visitors, the clerk says,  went to some extra lengths over the Footlong Menu.

 "I told him the board that says the five dollar Footlong is all the five dollar sandwiches and he got all irate and said no you are going to read them to me."

The clerk says she tried to ignore the comments while she was dealing with other customers but she adds that may have set him off.

 "What made it shocking is when stuff started flying behind the counter. Really is this really happening did that just really happen he just do this?"

Police have not made contact with the suspect yet. The police report says officers searched the area but they did not find anybody matching his description.

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