Wendy’s customer assaults employee working drive-thru line over botched order of nuggets

The new Coshocton Wendy's opened Tuesday on North Second Street.
The new Coshocton Wendy's opened Tuesday on North Second Street. Photo credit Leonard Hayhurst/Tribune / USA TODAY NETWORK

A woman in Casa Grande, Arizona are looking for a woman who got a little upset at the employee working the drive-thru line at her local Wendy’s.

And when we say she got a little upset, we mean she got REALLY upset.

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The woman claims the restaurant botched her order of nuggets and fries, and she began yelling at the employee.

Witness Varina Hunt told FOX 10 in Phoenix, “She said that she got spicy nuggets instead of normal ones, saying they were burnt.  The lady was being harassed by another woman. She was saying, ‘give me my f’ing food.' She was calling her names and said, ‘I’m gonna throw it at you, and I’m gonna hit you, and I heard something being thrown.”

That’s when the woman threw the bag with the fries and nuggies at the employee, along with her drink.

The police are now looking for the culprit.

"The lady was definitely overreacting," Hunt said. "There’s definitely better ways to handle it. It’s called temperament control – like my 3-year-old knows this."

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