He asked her to give $10, but she gave him the chair

Talk about a sense of entitlement.

A Richmond district woman was confronted by a drunken man who had come to the front door of her apartment in the 200 block of 19th Avenue about 10:30 p.m. Monday seeking $10, police said.

The woman said she had no money, but the man pushed his way into the apartment, police said. When he grabbed her, police said, she hit him with a chair and then used it to drive him out of the apartment. He fled in an unknown direction.

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