Nobody wants to get a wrong order at a fast-food drive-thru, but police said a woman’s reaction in Cobb County was criminal.
Police told Channel 2 Action News they’re searching for a woman who pepper-sprayed a Wendy’s manager at the drive-thru window last month over a wrong order.
Around 11 p.m. March 5, the woman got upset about the employee getting her order wrong multiple times at the restaurant at 4932 South Cobb Drive in Smyrna, police said.
Surveillance video obtained by Channel 2 shows the woman get out of her car, walk to the window and begin arguing with the employee. Hearing the commotion, the manager walked over and tried to resolve the issue.
Police: This woman pepper sprayed a Wendy’s manager at a drive thru window bc she was upset about an employee repeatedly getting her order wrong. She lit a cigarette right before she did it. Watch the whole video from 2 different angles at 5:30 on Ch2 pic.twitter.com/KU0jBheD5T— Tyisha Fernandes (@TyishaWSB) April 4, 2019
However, the woman had other plans, pepper-spraying the manager in his mouth, the news station reported. The customer then got into her car and sped off.
The manager declined to speak to Channel 2 about what happened.
Despite the clear video of what happened, police haven’t been able to identify the license plate number on the customer’s car.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Smyrna police at 770-434-9481.
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