A woman caught on surveillance camera throwing feces at Tim Horton's employees earlier this morning in Langley could be facing potential charges.
The woman was reportedly denied access to the restaurant's bathrooms.
The woman was shown arguing with a cashier at the restaurant, then pulling down her trousers and defecating right there in the restaurant before throwing the excrement at the employee, who quickly moved away, The Daily Mail reported. The police said they were familiar with the woman and her antics prior to the incident. Video of the woman's poop protest showed up on YouTube this week, the Abbotsford News reported, and footage shot to the top of the link-sharing site Reddit.
She backs up against a divider between the counter and seating area before relieving herself - then disgustingly scooping up her feces and flinging it at the stunned employee, who was on the phone.
The worker was anxious that letting her in could impact "the immediate safety" of customers and other employees, the spokesperson said.
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Langley RCMP Corp. Holly Largy confirmed that the RCMP received a complaint.
A statement from a Tim Hortons representative acknowledged the incident and offered some context to the company's restroom policies.
A Tim Hortons spokesperson told BuzzFeed News that the woman was denied washroom access because a number of its outlets have a "restricted access policy for restrooms to ensure the well-being of our guests". Satisfied that she had made her point, the woman struts away.
She was arrested and later released with a court date set.