Next time you’re ordering a Frosty at the Wendy’s drive-thru, be sure to speak loudly enough so that the person taking your order can hear you. If not, she might just come outside and rip those cheap extensions out of your head.
According to reports, an employee at a Fort Meyers, FL, Wendy’s got so frustrated with a customer that she allegedly assaulted the other woman.
The police report states that the employee repeatedly told the customer to speak up while she was placing her order. She’s also being accused of saying, “There’s no need to disrespect me, because I will go out there and kick you’re ass.”
Which is what she’s now charged with doing.
A fellow employee describes what he saw after the drive-thru worker put down her headset and exited the building: “Out the window, I see her walking toward the car and I’m like, ‘Oh, crap. She’s outside’… There were punches flying. [The Wendy's staffer] actually landed one.”
But the Wendy’s worker claims she didn’t touch the woman. “I’m a kind-hearted person – good-hearted,” she told a local news reporter.
Wendy’s did not comment on the story but the woman says she’s been told not to return to work.
At least this situation didn’t end like last week’s face-punching incident at Burger King.
Wendy’s employee arrested in drive-thru attack [ABC-7.com]