One witness, Allison Music, caught the whole fiasco on tape. Two videos — one of the women’s initial dispute and the other of the two messing up the restaurant — were uploaded to Music’s Facebook July 31, as first reported by Fox News.
In Music’s post, she claims to have seen a teenage boy arguing with Chick-fil-A staff prior to the women’s arrival.
“I have no idea what they are arguing about,” Music said on Facebook. “I just know the boy is making a complete fool of himself.”
At this point, Music alleges that she had been waiting 15 to 20 minutes for her food. Five minutes after the argument, two women began beating the restaurant’s glass doors, which the manager had locked.
“These females beat on the door trying to bust the glass and pull and jiggle the door handle till the door handle literally breaks off the door,” Music said in her post.
Once inside, where the first video picks up, both women approach the counter to share choice words with the cashiers, claiming their brother didn’t receive a refund for his chicken nuggets and French fries. One cashier tells them that she does not possess the power to give refunds. Thankfully, the store manager comes to her workers’ rescue to explain that the teen had already been given a full refund for his meal.
Apparently, that was not good enough, because in the second video on Music’s Facebook, the women have trashed the floor with sugar packets, plastic utensils, straws, and napkins. Then, when the pair is out of view, one fastballs a hefty unidentified flying object.
In response, an onlooker yells, “You heifer!”
“There were kids crying they were so scared,” Music said in her post. “You handled this situation the sorriest way a person could handle it. You are rude, you are a narcissist, and you shouldn’t be proud of what you did. The only thing you accomplished was making a scene. Other than that you accomplished nothing.”
You tell ‘em, girl.
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