Dunkin Donuts employee in Georgia stabbed over doughnut order
A Dunkin Donuts employee in Georgia was stabbed after an argument with customer over a doughnut, police said.
The incident began when the customer entered a Dunkin Donuts in Union City Saturday night and confronted the 17-year-old female employee about an order, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
The wild confrontation was caught on video. The customer, an unidentified man, can be seen brandishing a knife at the employee who says, “Don’t touch me,” while pushes him away.
Another woman says, “Stop!” as the employee and the man exchange punches, video shows.
Before the stabbing, the man pulled up to the drive-thru, drove off and then came back to the restaurant minutes later to hunt for the employee, according to an arrest report obtained by the outlet.
WAGA-TV reported the attacked happened over a type of doughnut.
Cops found the teen lying on the floor with a cut on her left arm. She declined medical treatment, the arrest report states.
The authorities are still searching for the man who faces an aggravated assault charge.