Ridley Park Police showed no tolerance for a man who apparently didn't know his own tolerance after he was arrested two days in a row stemming from incidents outside of seperate but neighboring bars in the borough last weekend.
Although he already had a few drinks in him, around 2:13 a.m. Jan. 7, Charles Clymer, 49, of Ridley Park, decided to head down to Maury's bar on Sellers Avenue near Dutton. When he found the establishment closed for the evening, he banged on the windows of the bar, police said. When staffers told him to leave, he started banging on the windows even louder and began yelling and cursing, Police Chief Tom Byrne said.
When he realized he wouldn't be getting in, Clymer went to a nearby 7-11, where he took food off of the shelves and began throwing it around the store, Byrne said.
He was arrested outside of the store and charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.