Woman arrested after shocking restaurant video goes viral
A woman has been arrested following a viral video of her throwing a bowl of spicy soup in the face of a restaurant worker.
A woman has been arrested after images of her throwing a bowl of spicy soup in the face of a worker at a Mexican restaurant in Texas flooded social media.
The collapse was reportedly caused by molten plastic. After calling to complain, the woman “returned to the restaurant and started a verbal altercation,” police confirmed.
The viral clip shows the client confronting Sol De Jalisco manager Jannelle Broland as she stood behind the register.
Suddenly, the enraged woman picks up the bowl during her tirade and throws it at the shocked employee before storming out of the joint.
Police said before entering, she called to complain that the soup she picked up was so hot it melted the plastic lid, the outlet said.
Broland tell TMZ that she apologized to the customer and offered a full refund or other menu item – but said the woman turned around when she couldn’t complain to another boss.
âMy first thought was, ‘What just happened? Why, like why does this happen? “And I realized I couldn’t open my eyes and I wiped it off and I realized I was like, ‘Wow, she really just just threw that at me,'” Broland said. .
Police confirmed Thursday that they charged a 31-year-old woman with assault causing bodily harm in connection with the incident.
“We do not tolerate this type of behavior and hold our citizens to the highest level,” Deputy Police Chief Allen Teston said as police began investigating the assault.
âIf a citizen thinks they have received poor service, we advise them to remain courteous until the problem is resolved. “
The restaurant issued a statement on Wednesday condemning the customer’s actions.
“The Marquez family does not tolerate such behavior, and we just want our establishment to be a place where people can relax and enjoy live music, delicious Mexican food and the best local drinks – as we have it. reported continuously on our social media accounts, âsaid Sol De Jalisco on his Facebook page.