A man has been charged after he allegedly threw furniture and abused two hospitality workers at a cafe in Western Sydney yesterday.

Police were called to the cafe on South Street in Granville about 3.30pm after bystanders were forced to restrain the man on the footpath.

Officers believe the man walked into the cafe and allegedly threw a table and chairs over, without warning.

Police said the two female employees, aged 55 and 26, intervened before the man allegedly began threatening them.

Bystanders stepped in and held the man on the ground outside the business until police arrived.

Police said a struggle ensued when officers attempted to arrest the man but he was quickly handcuffed and taken to Granville Police Station.

The 37-year-old man, from Ashfield, was charged with a number of offences including stalking or intimidating intending to cause fear and behaving in an offensive manner in a public place.

He has also been charged with breach of bail.

The 37-year-old man was refused bail overnight and will appear in Parramatta Local Court later today.

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