A fight outside of a McDonald’s in Polk County, Florida, showed that a teacher might be a few fries short of a Happy Meal.
Liquindella Clark, 49, a teacher for Polk County Schools, fought two students at the fast food location, according to WFLA. One of the victims was only 14 years old.
The incident happed after an argument between students at a school basketball game that included Clark’s daughter, police say.
The students went to the fast-food restaurant after the game and Clark came into the establishment.
Clark began yelling at the students inside the McDonald’s. The teacher told her students that she would “beat your ass” and “b****, if you mess with my daughter again your family gone be planning your funeral,” according to an arrest affidavit.
The teacher needed to be held back and forcibly removed from the building. When the students left the restaurant, the conflict escalated.
Clark waited for them outside, where she punched a victim in the face and ripped the wig off her head, according to the affidavit. Another young victim was also punched in the head.
The victims gave police audio recordings of the threats and fight, according to the arrest affidavit.
Police spoke to Clark who had a ripped shirt and minor injuries to her left eyes, the affidavit states. The teacher told police that her daughter was attacked at the basketball game.
The teacher said she approached the students at McDonald's and one was "very disrespectful."
Clark's daughter was also at the McDonald's and the group started to attack her, the teacher told officers. The teacher tried to pull her daughter into a vehicle and she claimed she threw her hands wildly into the crowd.
Clark was arrested at the scene and faces child abuse charges.
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