Zaxby’s customer goes on rant about lack of seasoning on her fries 


Her fries may not have had enough salt, but her language sure did.

An enraged Zaxby’s customer sent her food flying Friday after unleashing a rant on employees and cursing out the Tara Boulevard restaurant manager, Channel 2 Action News reported.

Now, Clayton County police would like to have a word with the angry woman whose tirade was caught on camera.

She reacted violently when she realized her fries didn’t have enough seasoning, police told Channel 2.

About 30 seconds after leaving the counter at the fast-food restaurant, the woman returned to complain.

The man with her stood silent, perhaps a bit stunned himself, but most certainly staying out of her way. He made no attempt on video to calm her.

MORE: Zaxby’s employee possibly involved in ‘shootout’ during lunch rush 

She tossed two food containers and then punched the cash register computer monitor.

Det. Stefan Schindler told Channel 2 the woman could face charges related to property damage.

Anyone with any information about the woman’s identity is asked to call Clayton County police. 

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