A group of shoppers at the Galleria mall food court in Houston were captured on camera yelling at employees and trying to jump the counter of Charleys Philly Steaks. The outlandish behavior was captured on multiple people’s cellphones.
According to ABC13, the incident occurred on Sunday after a woman’s credit card was declined at the fast food restaurant. The woman and her group allegedly attacked innocent workers who had nothing to do with her account, her balance or the machine.
Houston Galleria with the ratchetness pic.twitter.com/SBrNptHebK
— Texasbarber (@texasbarber) January 21, 2019
The video, initially shared by Twitter user @TexasBarber, shows a woman throwing straws at workers while her friends yell at employees of the sandwich shop. While some members of her group walk away, one woman appears to try to jump over the glass partition of the counter to assault the workers.
Upon viewing the video, it is clear that a number of others also recorded the scene.
Not the GALLERIA 🤦🏽♂️ pic.twitter.com/e0XzIjguyi
— Houston Mf Tx Hoe!!! (@HoustonFLEXus) January 20, 2019
While Charleys Philly Steaks did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s requests for comment, it did reply to @TexasBarber, writing “Could you send us a [direct message]? We’d like to find out what happened.”
An assistant manager told ABC13 that while the damage was not completely assessed, the attack was a “very upsetting … very disturbing situation.”
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