Andrea Benitez didn't take it well when she didn't get the table she wanted or believed she'd been promised at a Mexico City restaurant. Unfortunately for the restaurant, she's the daughter of the federal attorney for consumer protection, Humberto Benitez Trevino. Just a few hours later, inspectors from his office showed up and closed the restaurant. Benitez Trevino has apologized for his daughter's actions and said he knew nothing about them. The government has launched an investigation.
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