I’ve had people chase me and try and take their friend’s credit card out of my hand so they could pay the bill.
[color=red]Don’t make a scene.
[color=blue]Grab something out of my hand and you’ll have more than the bill to worry about.
1- What is the exact meaning of “Don’t make a scene”
as I’ve looked through some dictionaries but I couldn’t pick up the clue.
But I understood that it would be like; "don’t make show off in public.
2- The meaning of the last phrase. The one in blue.
“Don’t make a scene” = Don’t make a fuss. Don’t make a lot of noise and drama.
The blue sentence means: “If you grab something out of my hand then you’ll have more than the bill to worry about.”
“you’ll have more than the bill to worry about” is a kind of threat. The speaker is threatening some kind of (unspecified) action that will make the other person scared or worried, to the point that the bill seems less important.