A Canadian woman was caught on camera pulling down her trousers, doing her business, and throwing the end result at a Tim Horton's employee who denied her access to the restroom.
The incident happened at the downtown location of Tim Horton's in Langley, British Columbia, southeast of Vancouver.
Tim Hortons said the safety of staff and customers is a top priority and the corporation is working with the franchise owner to continue to look into the incident.More news: PRIMARY: Voter turn-out normal for primary election
The woman is due to attend a court hearing at a later date, she said.
It begins with the woman furiously pointing and shouting at the employee at a cash register.
The video shows a woman who is clearly irate with the restaurant's staff, but with no audio it's not known what she was so angry about.More news: Pennington Head Coach Shares Thought Process Behind UFC 224 Decision
These valiant attempts at de-escalation failed, however, as the woman proceeds to squat against a wall and relieve herself. She then pulls down her trousers, proceeds to defecate on the floor, and then picks it up and flings it at the employee.
Holly Largy confirmed that officials were called regarding the incident and the woman was arrested and and released.
Largy said the RCMP isn't aware of how the video, which appears to have been recorded off a computer screen using a cellphone, ended up getting published online.More news: US and six Arab states slap sanctions on Hezbollah leadership
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