Angry Customer Drops 13-Foot Python in Studio City Sushi Restaurant: LAPD

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Hiroshi Motohashi was angry with the management of the Studio City sushi restaurant, so police said he decided to leave something for other customers to remember him by.

A photo posted by @nv_beauty on Instagram shows a python thrown into a Studio City sushi restaurant on March 20, 2016.

A photo posted by @nv_beauty on Instagram shows a python thrown into a Studio City sushi restaurant on March 20, 2016.

Instead of “dropping the mic” after a memorable rant, officials say the 46-year-old man dropped a 13-foot-long snake in the middle of the restaurant — then slithered out.

Motohashi later was arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats, said Lt. Jim Gavin of the Los Angeles Police Department in Van Nuys.

The cold-blooded act unfolded about 7:20 p.m. Sunday when Motohashi entered Iroha Sushi of Tokyo in the 12900 block of Ventura Boulevard and showed off a small snake to customers sitting down for dinner.

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