Customer takes bite out of Wendy's employee

Customer takes bite out of Wendy's employee
Posted at 6:27 PM, Feb 17, 2016

Most people visit Wendy’s for a spicy chicken sandwich, a hot and juicy cheeseburger or a bowl of chilli. But one customer Richmond, Va. was apparently hungry for something not on the menu — the store manager.

According to WTVR, Wendy’s manager Latanya Nelson suffered some bruises and a bite mark after an unruly customer forced her way into the kitchen.

According to Nelson, 25-year-old Lovely Robinson made her way over the counter after a dispute over her order. She apparently tried to change her order from two spicy chicken sandwiches to four crispy chicken sandwiches.

"She came in cursing and said ‘I'll come across the counter,’” Nelson added. “So I said, ‘OK.’  She jumped over, so I defended myself."

After trading blows, Robinson took a bite out of her out Nelson’s leg.

"She clamped down right above my knee, so I continued to punch her as she was biting me," she said.



The manager said Lovely Robinson was the angriest customer she ever served.

Posted by WTVR CBS 6 News on Wednesday, February 17, 2016


In addition to taking some brutal blows from Nelson, Robinson was arrested and charged with malicious wounding, intentionally damaging property, preventing law enforcement from making an arrest and trespassing.

Alex Hider is a writer for the E.W. Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @alexhider.