Angry woman poops in store and flings it at employee

Charlene Craig
May 18, 2018

As the New York Post noted, she also wiped her backside with a wad of paper and then threw that at employees as well. Officers showed up to find the woman still in the parking lot.

Tim Hortons said in a statement that the woman's actions resulted from the employee denying the woman access to the restroom because of "past behavior" and to protect others in the restroom, CBC News reported.

The video is of a woman who had just been told that she wasn't allowed to use a bathroom at a Tim Horton's restaurant in Langley, British Columbia.

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The woman then threw her feces at the store clerk.

The hilarious moment was captured at Tim Hortons CCTV camera and the video goes viral.

The worker was anxious that letting her in could impact "the immediate safety" of customers and other employees, the spokesperson said. Holly Largy confirmed that officials were called regarding the incident and the woman was arrested and and released. "In limited cases across the country restaurants have a restricted access policy for restrooms to ensure the well-being of our guests", the Canadian-based multinational fast food restaurant said in the statement.

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Tim Horton's added guests are not required to make a purchase to use the restroom.

At one point, the woman grabbed a couple of tissues from the counter and continued to argue with the employee at the desk.

The woman was later detained by the police and a date has been issued for her to appear before the court.

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The case is being reviewed to see if charges will be laid by the B.C. Prosecution Service.

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