Two women were not happy with how a Wendy’s employee handed them their food in the drive-thru, so they allegedly went inside and assaulted the worker, police in Ohio said.
Around 7:15 p.m. on Dec. 10, police said two women assaulted a Wendy’s employee in Cincinnati after she handed them their food a certain way in the drive-thru that they did not like.
The Cincinnati Police Department investigated the situation and used surveillance footage to determine the two women in the video. The duo is now wanted on felony assault charges.
The Cincinnati Police Department shared the footage on their Facebook page and are looking for the public’s help in finding the two women.
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According to authorities, the employee had a fractured leg and a torn ligament after the attack, WLWT reported.
Anyone with information on the suspects is asked to call police at (513) 263-8300.
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