A Tennessee woman is accused of assaulting a McDonald’s drive-thru cashier and using a stun gun on him after she became frustrated while waiting for her order.
Marquenta Glidwell allegedly attacked Jacob Jordan, 19, on Sunday at a McDonald’s in Brownsville, Tenn. In a cellphone video provided to WREG, the woman is seen reaching into the window and swiping at the man several times.
An arrest warrant issued by Brownsville Police Department obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle said that Jordan had “several burn marks and two small lacerations that caused bleeding to his throat and swelling to his eyes.”
WREG reported that the alleged attack happened because Glidwell and another customer were upset about waiting for their order and refused to stop blowing their car horn in the drive-thru.
"I said, 'Hey, I'm the manager, and you're disrespecting me and the customers behind you by laying on the horn,” Jordan told the Tenn. news station. “We can refuse to serve you because you're being disruptive.’”
Glidwell then got out of the car and allegedly assaulted him through the window. Reports suggest that the attack may have been influenced by the cashier’s race and sexuality.
The arrest warrant states that Glidwell called the cashier a “white supremacist” and “f*****” as she hit him.
According to WREG, Jordan said he’s gay and told the station “Honestly, I believe she was just trying to hurt me emotionally and physically.”
He added that Glidwell said the 19-year-old “deserved this” because he “voted for Trump,” which the teen disputed, saying he “wasn’t even old enough to vote when he ran.”
The woman is facing charges for “knowingly and willingly” committing aggravated assault. According to WBBJ-TV, she was taken into custody but has since released on a $10,000 bond. She will appear in court on July 30.
However, Jordan’s mother, Jessica Garland thinks that Glidwell should face more serious consequences.
"She needs to be charged with a hate crime because she hated my son for the color of his skin and his sexuality," she told WREG. "That's hate, and that's a hate crime to me."
Both Jacob Jordan and McDonald’s did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment.
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