chuck out of some place

chuck (someone) out of (some place)

To force someone to leave a place, perhaps violently. They chucked us out of the movie for talking.
See also: chuck, of, out

chuck someone out of some place

 and chuck someone out
to throw someone out of some place. The bouncer chucked the drunks out of the tavern. He chucks out about three drunks a night.
See also: chuck, of, out, place