A TWISTED quick food workman has been arrested after allegedly wiping her duration blood on a burger of a discontented customer.
Troubled burger-flipper Sky Juliette Samuel was operative during Jack’s Family Restaurant in Columbus, Mississippi when a outrageous occurrence reportedly took place.
The 18-year-old allegedly committed a sickening act after a drive-thru patron ‘gave her attitude’ during her late-night shift.
One of her colleagues claims she witnessed a teen staining menstrual blood on a bread of a customer’s burger.
The dauntless immature girl, who also alleges that Samuel licked a cheese inside a sandwich, told her mom about a intolerable occurrence when she returned home.
But to her mum’s fury, a quick food association primarily refused to take movement since there was no video evidence.
The livid parent, Tabatha Hollins, afterwards vented her annoy on Facebok in a post that fast went viral.
The post read: “We called a store to try and speak to a ubiquitous manager and they wouldn’t give her a numbers to get a reason of a manager.
“We afterwards called corporate who again did nothing.”
Her summary was common over 4000 times and stirred Samuel to make her possess amicable media message.
Samuel posted: “The b***h shouldn’t have gotten intelligent n pronounced all s**t she pronounced over intercom mfs act like they ain’t never did no foolish s**t idgaf about this s**t tbf.”
The patron whose burger was tampered sparked a military review about a revolting claims after she contacted authorities when she read a amicable media posts.
Samuel was arrested after reportedly handing herself into cops.
She was expelled after posting $5,000 bail.
Jack’s Family Restaurant has expelled a matter and reliable it has hired a third celebration to examine a outrageous allegations.
The matter read: “While these allegations are an removed occurrence and seem to be a actions of a singular person, we take them really seriously.”
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