A Virginia woman attacked a worker at a Wendy's restaurant after claiming she got the the wrong order at the drive through.
Lovely Rayneice Robinson confronted a manager at a Richmond Wendy's about an issue with her order, which led to a physical altercation.
According to The Richmond Times-Dispatch, the incident began moments after Robinson was told to pull her vehicle forward because her order was not finished. When the food was ready, a worker took the food to Robinson's car but she said the order was not correct. She followed the worker inside Wendy's and demanded the correct order.
The Wendy's manager, Latanya Nelson, said Robinson stormed into the lobby.
"She changed the order from that to four, 99-cent chicken sandwiches, so I'm guessing she only had $4 instead of $11," Nelson told WTVR.
Nelson asked Robinson to leave but she refused. She then assaulted Nelson with punches and eventually was bitten in the leg.
"She clamped down right above my knee, so I continued to punch her as she was biting me," Nelson told WTVR.
Robinson was charged with unlawful entry, resisting arrest and malicious wounding.
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