Peninsula workers say they weren't paid
Is there a lawsuit comin' round the bend for a popular Eat Street destination? MPR reports that two former employees of the Malaysian restaurant Peninsula on 26th and Nicollet have filed complaints with the U.S. Department of Labor claiming the restaurant owes them thousands of dollars. And management isn't taking too kindly to the allegations. MPR quotes the restaurant's manager, speaking on behalf of restaurant owner Chang Tong Xu, as saying, "He's going to let the legal process run its course because that's what we do in the United States and that mob mentality does not rule." Mob mentality?
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