AUSTIN, TEXAS — A woman who was packing actually pulled her piece on a guy inside of a Mexican restaurant over a karaoke disagreement, according to an arrest affidavit.
According to police, 41-year-old Doris Vallejo-Godoy was with her girlfriend at the bar in the La Catedral del Marisco restaurant, when she got in it with some dude at the karaoke machine.
According to Statesman, the affidavit said words were exchanged and the man apparently called Vallejo-Godoy some names.
So she did what any karaoke veteran would do—she pulled her pistol out to calm the guy down, without pointing it at him. Well—that's what she told the police anyways.
The man however, said that after the argument, karaoke clown busted him in the face, pulled the weapon out and pointed it directly at him.
According to Statesman, a waitress then tried to grab Vallejo-Godoy from behind, but she got loose and then turned around and pointed the gun at the waitress's stomach and threatened her.
The girlfriend eventually managed to calm her down, at which point they were about to pay and leave. That's when the po po arrived and busted Vallejo-Godoy.
Einstein was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. Authorities said she also didn't have a concealed handgun license and was charged with unlawful carrying of a concealed weapon.