Published: Fri, May 18, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

Woman arrested after defecating on floor, throwing feces at coffee shop cashier

Woman arrested after defecating on floor, throwing feces at coffee shop cashier

A viral video of surveillance footage from the B.C. Tim Hortons shows a woman screaming at a server before she leans against a wall, pulls down her trousers, squats and defecates on the floor. She then picks up the excrement and throws it at staff.

According to the New York Post, the suspect was captured on video inside a Tim Hortons location in Langley as she squatted in the dining area and defecated onto the floor.

Furthermore, Pettinaro believes that the employee denied the woman the right to use their amenities "based on passed behaviour". There is no sound on the video.

Her reasonable response? To defecate on the floor and then throw her feces at the shocked clerks.

Police were called and located the suspect in the parking lot, CTV News reports.

The RCMP confirmed to The Province that they received a complaint and attended to the scene.

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She was arrested and later released with a court date set.

Police said the incident took place at 6:15 p.m. on Monday at a Tim Hortons restaurant in downtown Langley City.

As the matter escalated, they said, the employee contacted local authorities for assistance.

The B.C. Prosecution Service is considering what charges, if any, will be laid.

The spokesman added that "in limited cases across the country, Restaurants have a restricted access policy for restroom to enure the well-being of our guests".

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.

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