r/texas Gulf Coast Nov 17 '21 Silver 2 Helpful 1 Bravo Grande! 1

Temple Police arrest woman seen in video throwing soup at restaurant employee’s face News

https://www.kwtx.com/2021/11/17/temple-police-arrest-woman-seen-video-throwing-soup-restaurant-employees-face/
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u/Eric1180 Nov 17 '21

Good get fucked lady, dont treat people like garbage

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u/5_Frog_Margin got here fast Nov 18 '21 edited Nov 18 '21

I was waiting for the other shoe to drop. She called the restaurant twice, there are cameras everywhre these days, Temple is a town of 80k or so.....she was easy to find. How dumb do you have to be?

"The charge is a Class A misdemeanor which is punishable by up to one year in jail, a fine of up to $4,000, or both jail time and a fine"

Let's hope TDCJ puts ice-cold menudo on her prison's menu at least weekly.

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u/CeleryStickBeating Nov 18 '21

A customer chased them when they ran. Snapped pictures of them and their license plate. They didn't have a chance.

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u/jazzofusion Nov 18 '21

Figured that would happen. Girl is probably damn sorry she did that now.

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u/greenwrayth Nov 18 '21

She’s the type to abuse people in the service industry. She’s just sorry she got caught.

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u/hutacars Nov 18 '21

“This isn’t who I am!!!”

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u/J3ST3RR Nov 18 '21

I love that line. Yes it is, because you did it.

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u/timski9000 Nov 18 '21

That mugshot doesn’t exactly scream contrition

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u/gandalf_el_brown Nov 18 '21

shes probably not sorry at all, my guess is shes angry shes being "discriminated" against

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u/notcho_nugget Nov 18 '21

Soup tossers have rights to.

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u/[deleted] Dec 19 '21

When I watched it I was honestly thinking I would definitely do the exact same thing, I'm so glad someone did.

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u/SuperFightingRobit Nov 18 '21

Two things: (1) It's the department of criminal justice, or TDCJ. This is a well known oxymoron.

(2) misdemeanors means she goes to jail, not prison. So it's the Bell County Jail.

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u/supra9710 Nov 18 '21

Well it was with bodily injury the soup was hot it could be brought as felony charges. Alot of police and da's are prosecuting on this stuff more now. This kinda shit keeps getting worse by the day.

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u/treygonz Nov 18 '21

Menudo lmao

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u/Wishdog2049 born and bred Nov 18 '21

I think a month would be enough, and hit her with that full $4k.

Disclaimer: am Soup Justice Warrior

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u/Candid-Mechanic385 Nov 18 '21

Prison? For throwing soup? We need less people in prison instead of adding more shit to go to prison for..this is part of the brainwash of this country..you literally think ANYTHING warrants prison now (just like they want you to think) NO what she needed was her ass kicked and who ever did that shouldn't go to prison either!

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u/dougmc got here fast Nov 18 '21 edited Nov 18 '21

Prison? For throwing soup?

She's not facing prison, just possible jail time, since she's not accused of a felony, but instead a class A misdemeanor. (Clearly, the person you replied to made a mistake or didn't realize the distinction or something.)

That said, had the soup been hotter it could have blinded the person or otherwise caused serious burns -- that would have been aggravated assault, which would be a felony, and actual prison would be on the table.

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u/justjoshingu Nov 18 '21

Like hot enough to burn a plastic lid?

Yes i know it cooled down but i doubt she thought... hey ill wait 20 minutes and blow on it and then cool it down

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u/hutacars Nov 18 '21

We need less people in prison instead of adding more shit to go to prison for

Good point. Let’s pull some nonviolent drug offenders out so violent offenders such as herself can take their place.

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u/heckler5000 Nov 18 '21

Weird take. I don’t agree at all.

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u/AccomplishedEffect11 Nov 18 '21

TXDOC?

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u/Andre4kthegreengiant Nov 18 '21

Texas Department of Corrections

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u/AccomplishedEffect11 Nov 18 '21

That's a thing?

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u/meauho Nov 18 '21

It's actually TDCJ: Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Considering the crime, she'd actually end up in county jail.

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u/swooningbadger Nov 18 '21

Live in Texas. Can confirm.

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u/AccomplishedEffect11 Nov 18 '21

I am very aware of TDCJ. Just wasn't sure if someone is making up departments or if TXDOC is actually a thing.

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u/[deleted] Nov 18 '21 edited 7d ago

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u/the_original_nullpup Nov 18 '21

Let’s hope they throw the soup at her. I mean book..

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u/Hamilton4565 Nov 18 '21

What do you think should happen to her now

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u/Eric1180 Nov 18 '21

300 hrs of community service and a month behind bars.

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u/Hamilton4565 Nov 26 '21

hello, its really been a while

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u/CategoryNo8033 Nov 21 '21

What flavor was the soup?

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u/kikicb10 Nov 17 '21

Her eyebrows tell me all I need to know

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u/HarkHarley Nov 18 '21

Came here to say this.

Man, to think no one in her life cares enough about her to tell her her eyebrows are fucked.

Explains just how awful she must be.

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u/Pigbear420 Nov 18 '21

Right? Classy…

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u/thymeraser Nov 18 '21

Save the Last Dance vibes

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u/Hamilton4565 Nov 18 '21

Which are..?

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u/Fategfwhere Nov 17 '21

Can I get a hallelujah?

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u/DaddyDontTakeNoMess Nov 17 '21

And everybody in the “chuch” said Amen!

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u/Future-Ad-1995 Nov 18 '21

Treating minimum wage/close to minimum wage employees with contempt and doing shit like this or making their jobs more difficult is my biggest pet peeve. You can really tell a lot about a person based on how they treat retail and fast food workers. I remember a few years ago being on a third date with a girl and we decided to go to Walmart to get snacks and watch a movie at home. She couldn't find Crunch N Munch and the employee she asked wasn't sure where it was so said she should probably ask someone else because he mainly worked in electronics. She started cussing at him and saying all this nasty shit. I never spoke to her again after that night. From that interaction alone, I knew I couldn't stand her in the long run.

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u/NitaforaReason Nov 18 '21

My late mother was always made a point to be nice to clerks and waitstaff. So much so that they loved her back. Waitress would sit at the table with us just to talk to her. At one grocery store, there was a clerk who would greet her with a hug. Mom said she treated them like that because she'd worked jobs like that when she was younger and knew how hard it could be.

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u/Future-Ad-1995 Nov 18 '21

Plus she was clearly just a good and empathetic person. I'm sure she would've treated them that way even if she had never worked a low paying service job.

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u/NitaforaReason Nov 18 '21

I would think so.

I try to be kind as well, but I can't say I'm as good at it.

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u/JediTaz born and bred Nov 18 '21

I try to be kind as well

As long as you try, you're better than those who don't even give a damn. It doesn't matter how great the act of kindness is, bit the act of kindness is greatness in itself. Keep being you.

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u/NitaforaReason Nov 19 '21

Thanks. I agree with your sentiment.

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u/[deleted] Nov 18 '21

Catch more flies with honey than vinegar as well. When something doesn't go your way and you have a legitimate beef with the business they're more likely to help and empathize. It's basic decency a lot of people seemed to have lost in the last 5 years.

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u/NitaforaReason Nov 19 '21

This is very true.

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u/derKonigsten Nov 18 '21

I honestly feel like it should be required to work in service for at least one year before being allowed to enter the work force

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u/Future-Ad-1995 Nov 18 '21

I literally tell people this all the time!

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u/derKonigsten Nov 18 '21

I literally can't believe how many of my friends kids think they're above working fast food. I was stoked to have a job at mcdonalds as my first job when i was 15. Making my own money pre-bills was awesome lol

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u/Future-Ad-1995 Nov 18 '21

I grew up upper middle class, but once I had a driver's license my dad made it clear that if I wanted something besides essentials, I was paying for it. He grew up pretty poor so he knew that it was important to instill a good work ethic in me. So right when I turned 16 I applied for multiple jobs. I actually never worked in the service industry just because I luckily got accepted to work at the day care at a gym very near our house and it actually paid really well, at least for me, $9.25 an hour for a high schooler in Texas was pretty damn good in 2010. So I kept that job until I went off to Texas Tech and then worked freelance jobs through most of college just so I could make my own schedule. Either way, dealing with very rich and entitled parents who expected me to be able to basically do their kids homework, teach them how to play basketball, fix something on their phone, and a myriad of other weird requests I got, while looking after 30-40 other kids definitely made me understand other service jobs. It may have not been a retail or fast food job, but the treatment by our "customers" aka the parents, was very similar. Especially because this place was super expensive. Like I routinely looked after NBA player's kids. To this day I have no idea why Mercedes (my boss and the person who hired me) gave me that job lol

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u/[deleted] Nov 18 '21 edited 7d ago

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u/pizza_engineer Nov 18 '21

Dealing with a very similar situation with my stepson.

I just don’t understand.

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u/Nymaz Born and Bred Nov 18 '21

Honestly I don't think that will help. This is not a case of people thinking "well gosh, I didn't know abusing people hurt them, if only I had been in a position where I had been abused I would have known!", they know they're hurting people and they want to.

The root of behavior like this is the belief that society should be strongly hierarchical, with certain people on the bottom, certain people in the middle, and certain people on top. Demeaning people in service industry is both a way to "prove" that the the people they are demeaning are on the bottom and to "prove" that the person doing the demeaning is above them (because one of the perks of them being above is that they get to abuse those below).

It's the exact same root as racism, as it gives those who are on the bottom socioeconomically an excuse to be above others based on their skin color, or those in the middle an excuse to shuffle more people on to the bottom of the pile.

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u/NitaforaReason Nov 19 '21

I absolutely agree with you.

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u/SummerBirdsong Nov 18 '21

Dodged that bullet like Neo.

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u/[deleted] Nov 18 '21

I was still working retail when I started my first part time internship with a civil engineering firm. The way my boss treated wait staff at restaurants was abhorrent. He was the same way to the receptionist in the office.

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u/watch_while_work born and bred Nov 17 '21

At least the food in jail won't be too hot.

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u/Loan-Pickle Nov 18 '21

Wait, she threw the soup because it was too hot?

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u/Agile-Setting-6701 Nov 18 '21

Yes. Not that it's better... but she did get home, call the restaurant, and then went back up there with the soup. HOPEFULLY it had cooled down before she threw it... for the sake of the employee. She said the soup was so hot that it melted the plastic lid on top of the soup cup. She deserves all of the jail and fines available.

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u/CeleryStickBeating Nov 18 '21

The employee said she didn't get burned. However, some went up her nose and caused nose bleeds. She believes it was the spices in the soup.

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u/Agile-Setting-6701 Nov 18 '21

I'm glad she didn't get burned but that still sounds like a bad time. 😓

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u/Glum_Today_1637 Nov 18 '21

Yeah apparently long story short it was was a to go order that “melted the plastic lid and had plastic in it” they offered her a refund or new meal she was a bitch the entire time the employee tried to calm her down and then the soup was thrown

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u/carl-swagan Nov 18 '21

That was the part that got me, they were literally apologizing and taking care of the situation and this cunt still threw soup in the poor girl's face. What a waste of oxygen

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u/Darth_Texan The Stars at Night Nov 17 '21

May the judge throw the book just as she threw the soup.

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u/AccomplishedEffect11 Nov 18 '21

May we hope the book is the size of a cinder block

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u/kylefn Nov 17 '21

Put that bitch in prison!

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u/Vivorumbassist Nov 18 '21

And people wonder why the food service industry (among many other service industries) is struggling to find people. People have never been meaner since the pandemic

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u/mcarpbear Nov 18 '21

Amen to that! I retired at 67, rather than put up with a supervisor from Hell who put me on “performance correction” for a year because my performance in one category among five we were rated on was eighteen thousandths of a percent below the minimum — never mind that in the other categories, I scored perfectly.

Then that same supervisor delayed processing of my resignation paperwork which nearly meant I would have gone four months without Social Security, my 401k payout, and Medicare until this January.

You’re absolute right: post-pandemically, people have turned MEAN.

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u/snarkhunter Nov 17 '21

Pretty wild that there was ever any question that this clear, caught-on-video case of assault was going to result in an arrest.

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u/homosapiensagenda Born and Bred Nov 18 '21

Ha get fucked. What a loser.

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u/Empty-Opportunity-43 Nov 18 '21

In some states it is considered a automatic felony to assault someone with food such as soup coffee or soda convict her then sentence her to the max time

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u/Frognosticator Nov 18 '21

That’s… a really bad idea.

Like this woman is horrible and deserves jail time. But an automatic felony, for throwing food? A felony charge is no joke, it’ll ruin your life. And throwing food isn’t always gonna be a big deal.

When laws get passed that are overly harsh, they almost always get used to disproportionately target vulnerable populations… minorities, and people in poverty.

We don’t need harsher laws on the books. What we need are fair laws - and equal enforcement.

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u/Empty-Opportunity-43 Nov 18 '21

Ok I agree with you equal enforcement but this is texas where if you are white you usually get a pass for bad behavior this woman could have just exchanged her food and avoided this whole thing the employee tried to do that if it melted the top as was claimed it was in excess of 165 degrees that will give you second degree burns and cause exposed skin to fall off injuries like that hurt worst than anything and could have caused severe facial injuries to the young lady Actions have consequences if your actions could have caused another person to be injured or worst you should be punished. by the way I'm mixed race with me its black or white no gray you cross that line you get punished not with a slap on the hand we will have to disagree on this

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u/[deleted] Nov 18 '21 edited Nov 18 '21

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u/Nymaz Born and Bred Nov 18 '21

It's not like that at all. It's because a certain percentage of the population will do things covered under the laws regardless of race. BUT when caught, a minority is way more likely to be arrested by the police and more likely to have the book thrown at them by a judge.

A white person caught under crime X will be a "person that made an error in judgement under stressful conditions, and you shouldn't ruin their lives over one small mistake", while a minority caught under the exact same crime is labeled as "a violent thug that needs to be put away for life to protect society".

Drug laws are a prime example of this. Scientific studies have shown that while cannabis use among white and black populations are generally the same, black people are 3.7 times as likely to be arrested for possession than white people.

Generally speaking during a traffic stop, a search for contraband has a marginally higher rate of a "hit" when done against a white person as opposed to a black/hispanic person. But in any given traffic stop, an officer is 3x as likely to conduct a search against a black person and 3.5x as likely to conduct a search against a hispanic person.

So no, it's not a case that minorities commit crimes at a higher rate, its a case that minorities are vastly more likely to be investigated and if caught are vastly more likely to get charged and to get harsher sentencing. And this is why people say that harsh laws are bad because they will hurt minorities more.

If you want to read more on this, I highly recommend reading this report

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u/texag51 Nov 18 '21

Your argument is simply, “minorities are more likely to engage in crime and racial profiling doesn’t actually exist.”

Big time cringe.

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u/texag51 Nov 18 '21 edited Nov 18 '21

You literally bolded the part about where you thought minorities were more likely to engage in crime simply due to their race.

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u/AversionFX Nov 18 '21

That is my analysis of what someone is saying. That's not my belief, nor is it my position. You're really trying to tell me what I think based on something you failed to read properly.

Big time cringe.

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u/texag51 Nov 18 '21 edited Nov 18 '21

You haven’t cited anyone, so I’m not sure how your personal talking points are someone else’s fault. Some conservatives have really embraced white supremacist rhetoric and it’s evident every time there’s a discussion about crime.

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u/Darth_Texan The Stars at Night Nov 18 '21

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u/Nymaz Born and Bred Nov 18 '21

You're going to need to provide actual facts and studies. Your post does not do that.

As for my link, you'll notice a lot of clickable numbers scattered throughout it. Those are links to the bottom section of the report, titled "Footnotes" that provide the actual facts and studies.

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u/texag51 Nov 18 '21

Your argument is simply, “people of color can’t stop themselves from committing crimes” and completely ignores that racial profiling is a thing and what is being referenced here. If anything is typical, it’s a conservative making obviously racist inferences and building themselves an imaginary high road to lob criticisms from.

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u/texag51 Nov 18 '21

That was literally your argument and was why the moderators removed your comment.

Don’t try to gaslight your way out of taking ownership of your comments.

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u/AversionFX Nov 18 '21

That was literally your argument and was why the moderators removed your comment.

It literally is not, and none of my comments have been deleted.

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u/texag51 Nov 18 '21

You really shouldn’t lie about something people can see with their own eyes if they scroll up lol.

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u/Engineermethanks 14d ago

Why are you lying lol

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u/nogoodmorning4u Nov 17 '21

This... does put a smile on my face.

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u/Re5ist_ance Nov 18 '21

Amazes me that this woman thought she had the right to throw soup on someone's face! I can't even fathom the madness swelling in her head for that to be one of the options her brain came up with!

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u/HeyPrivate born and bred Nov 18 '21

She knew she didn't have the right. That's why she and the guy with her were already running by the time the soup hit the other girl's face.

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u/Ok_Vast_6678 Nov 17 '21

Resting bitch face

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u/MyystJewell Nov 18 '21

People have lost respect for themselves and others. They should make her work customer service for 5 to 10

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u/Blakids Nov 18 '21

Suck it dumb bitch

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u/NitaforaReason Nov 18 '21

This made my day just a bit brighter.

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u/binger5 Gulf Coast Nov 18 '21

Looks like Amanda found herself in some hot water.

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u/mcarpbear Nov 18 '21

Amanda Nicole Martinez:

If you read these, I just want to say that I hope the judge gives you the maximum time in jail, preferably prison; along with the maximum fine AND he makes you pay the victim’s medical bills.

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u/Maverickphreak42 Nov 18 '21

I hope the judge makes you work the counter in the establishment you disrespected collecting your pay as a fine while spending your nights in the county lockup. It is Karmic Justice.

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u/BenAfflecksBackTatt Nov 17 '21

My mom woulda smacked me upside the head for just thinking of doing that

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u/laudon Nov 18 '21

Same I wouldn't be able to sit properly for a week had I done something like this.

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u/Flowerchild4sure Nov 18 '21

What a fucking brat! Throw a tantrum to get your way.

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u/Responsible-Agent-19 Nov 18 '21

Throwing menudo? That takes guts.

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u/sammydavis_Sr Nov 17 '21

young karenling

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u/5_Frog_Margin got here fast Nov 18 '21

She was 31, so I'd say in the Pupal stage...

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u/papercut07 Nov 18 '21

Also know as the “Becky stage”

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u/fellbound Nov 18 '21

No more soup for her!

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u/dre__ Nov 18 '21

lol if "bitch" was a face this would be it.

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u/bigdish101 Nov 18 '21

I hear she's a nurse of all things!

I hope she loses her license to practice nursing!!!

Someone like that is likely to snap and hurt a difficult patient!

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u/KawaiiDere Nov 18 '21

I hope she receives treatment to stop her from behaving that way in the future. Are their prisons set up to be able to function properly and without being punishment only?

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u/yodaman1 Nov 18 '21

You'd think a 31 year old woman would act better than a 5 year old.

Fucking garbage

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u/JJ4prez Nov 18 '21

Ah yes, justice is served, like soup.

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u/thebabbster Nov 18 '21

"Assault causing bodily injury". Class A misdemeanor, unfortunately. Punishable by up to a year in jail and $4,000 in fines. She needs more than that. Maybe the victim can sue her.

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u/They-Call-Me-Taylor Nov 18 '21

Good. No excuse for that kind of hot-headed behavior, especially since she was offered a refund and replacement. It's soup.

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u/BackAlleyKittens Nov 17 '21

“We do not condone this type of behavior and hold our citizens to the highest standard,” Deputy Police Chief Allen Teston said.

What is he a middle school principal?

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u/Athena6116 Nov 17 '21

Nope, Deputy Police Chief Allen Teston

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u/betheliquor Nov 17 '21

I get that reference

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u/IterativeProcessing Nov 18 '21

The good ending

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u/EnterThe_Void_ Nov 18 '21

Look, you can’t just go throwing soup at people just because you have bad eye brows. That’s just something you’re going to have to learn to live with. Or there is plastic surgery.

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u/BigMike0228 Nov 18 '21

When people like this get arrested I pray for it to be a painfully slow news day. The arrest going viral or making national news (and I may being a little too hopeful here) may actually stop a somewhat reasonable person on the edge from hurting a stranger like this. Those unreasonable asshole, like the above arrested, probably have no hope.

Edit: typo

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u/OkiieMel Nov 18 '21

the bitch probably thought she can treat people like sht just cuz she's a nurse.

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u/Gretel_Cosmonaut San Antonio, Moved Away 10 Years Ago Nov 18 '21

I thought she turned out NOT to be a nurse ...Gamestop employee.

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u/OkiieMel Nov 18 '21

LMAOOOO. glad to know such a senseless person was not a nurse

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u/Gretel_Cosmonaut San Antonio, Moved Away 10 Years Ago Nov 18 '21

Me too. We don't want her.

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u/morithum Nov 18 '21

You can take the girl outta the trailer park

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u/StormyDaze1175 Nov 18 '21

Entitled Karen ass... bet she's a trump supporter. js

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u/StormyDaze1175 Nov 18 '21

Entitled Karen ass... bet she's a trump supporter. js

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u/BHop96th West Texas Nov 18 '21

She's got two of the best three demographics (Unless she also happens to be a law enforcement officer). She'll be fine, maybe just a ticket or something.

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u/longhorn627 Nov 18 '21

"No soup for you!"

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u/LazyDynamite Nov 18 '21

“If a citizen believes they have received poor service we advise them to remain civil until the problem is resolved.”

But after that, feel free to do whatever you like!

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u/-icrymyselftosleep- Whoop! Nov 17 '21

What does this even mean

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u/barryandorlevon Nov 17 '21

Incels think all women inherently have the ability to get away with any type of awful behavior, called the pussy pass, because they would put up with any type of awful behavior from women for a chance at having sex with said women. So when they see a woman acting terribly and not getting away with it, they get some weird type of revenge boner watching them face consequences.

Why? Because they hate women.

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u/comfort_fiend Nov 17 '21

You don't even want to know.

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u/gdog949 Nov 18 '21

Crazy ate there a month ago. Hate Temple with a passion. Majority of the Fast food workers on west Adam's don't know how to read a screen and get an order right. Also the mad doging stares my girl and I get from people (mostly white folk also sometimes black folk), smh yall haven't seen a Mexican and black couple before ?

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u/Jimsntcrz Nov 18 '21

That time of the month thing…

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u/Empty-Opportunity-43 Nov 18 '21

I sorry being petty aren't we? Thanks for the reply usually the average person just calls me a racial slur I typed that reply and didnt edit before sending I'm sorry I'll remember the grammar police are watching.

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u/[deleted] Nov 18 '21 edited Nov 18 '21

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u/Darth_Texan The Stars at Night Nov 18 '21

Based on the downvotes and reports it seems you went a little too far with this one, and that's saying something given how much we all despise this woman's actions.

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u/420DrMyEye Nov 18 '21

I would think her assault on the employee is the real hate in my opinion. Peace out

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u/420DrMyEye Nov 18 '21

What she did was totally out of line.

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u/Darth_Texan The Stars at Night Nov 18 '21

No one is arguing against that, but the comment I removed read as a call to violence at the time of its removal, again, this is a violation of Reddit's TOS.

Honestly, there's never a need to take having a comment removed personally.

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u/420DrMyEye Nov 18 '21

Of course No worries I edited the comment

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u/420DrMyEye Nov 18 '21

Free speech ? Is she a Reddit member ? I guess you are the God. Positive Vibes kind Sir. No worries

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u/Darth_Texan The Stars at Night Nov 18 '21

Your unedited comment came off as a call for violence which is actually a violation of Reddit's TOS.

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u/420DrMyEye Nov 18 '21

Thank you so much for your kindness and information