Days After Nixing Its Anti-Face Tattoo Policy, A Little Woodrow’s Employee Was Apparently Injured In A Closing Time Shootout.

New-ish Ross Avenue sports bar Little Woodrow’s has faced the brunt of a lot of anger this week.

But a few days removed from the spot’s absurd anti-face/neck tattoo policy coming under fire and then swiftly being rescinded, it appears the bar was also the site of what one FOX 4 reporter is calling a closing time “robbery/shootout.”

A Dallas Police Department’s public information officer tells Central Track the following: “On December 2, 2016, at approximately 2 a.m., Dallas Police Officers responded to a shooting call at the 3300 block of Ross Ave. Two B/M’s wearing masks entered the business, and one suspect pointed a fire arm at an employee. Another employee confronted the suspects at which time a shots were fired. The suspects then fled the location in an unknown direction. This is an ongoing investigation.”

Per the Dallas Morning Newsa Little Woodrow’s employee was injured in the shootout, and was taken to a nearby hospital in unknown condition. Our own police scanner-listening sources say that officers were at the time of the incident seeking suspects believed to be fleeing the scene in a red Impala or Mustang.

We’ll update this story with more information as it becomes available.

But, either way, Little Woodrow’s: You are having yourself one hell of a week!

Cover photo via Little Woodrow’s Facebook page.

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