When two doods strolled into the Diamante Restaurant in Lost Wages Sunday night, they were met there by Obdulio Gudiel. Seems Gudiel had sold three cars to one of the two, Victor Larios, who’s also his nephew. But Gudiel hadn’t been paid. So when the two started to walk out, lvrj.com reports that Gudiel allegedly pointed a gun at them, as his way of letting them know he’d really like to complete the transaction. After somehow managing to make their escape, Larios’ buddy, Roberto Casprowitz, objected to being muzzled and let that be known by calling the local 5-0 . . .
When the two returned later with cops in tow, Gudiel apparently didn’t want to be found carrying a heater. As the po-po were doing their investigating, a shot rang out. From the kitchen.
“It was discovered the gunshot was a result of a firearm being tossed into a deep fryer and exploding,” a Las Vegas police report said.
Gudiel’s been arrested on a charge of attempted robbery. No word as to whether there will be any consequences for deep frying a perfectly good gun.
But the incident got us wondering. What sauce would you serve with your carry gun? A Hi-Point probably calls for something bland and not too exotic. Maybe a mayonnaise or plain ol’ catsup. A Glock, though, needs something with a little more flavor. Perhaps a honey mustard or aioli. If you carry an M&P, though, you’ll definitely want to serve it with something featuring a little more kick. We’re thinking Sriracha sauce or maybe a remoulade. What sauce would you pair with your piece?