A woman who owns a take-out stand and her 15-year-old daughter were savagely assaulted by a male and female couple after the couple complained that their chicken was too cold and that they didn't get enough fries.
Last Thursday, Jeanette Norris, who owns the Qwik Chick takeout stand in Baxley, Georgia, refunded a couple’s money after they complained about the chicken and fries, but apparently that wasn’t enough. Norris said, “She went berserk. She just lost it. Him and her both started cussin’ and beatin’ on the window.”
Norris told WTOC she came outside to warn the couple that the police were coming, which prompted the woman to punch and slap Norris in the face (corroborated by surveillance video), forcing her to retreat inside her takeout stand.
Norris’ 15-year-old daughter, exiting a truck, confronted the couple, triggering the huge man to savagely punch the girl in the face, knocking her off her feet and into a chair, before the couple drove away.
Norris told WTOC, “One of my employees started shoutin’, ‘He’s got her! He’s got her!’ And that’s when I found out that he had hit her. Who does that to a child? Who turns around and hits her like he would a grown man standing there? He needs puttin’ up under the jail.”
Norris wound up with a broken nose; her daughter suffered bruises and a concussion.
Baxley Police Chief James Godfrey told WTOC: “I’ve been here, what, 41 years — 30 of them as chief. I have never seen anything like this. I’ve never heard of anything like this. The security camera footage that we put out tells it all. That’s just pure brutality.”
WTOC viewers who saw the video offered Baxley Police information on the suspects. Now police are looking for Nathaniel Eric Smith and Latasha M. Smith, who have active warrants for aggravated battery and cruelty to children. They are pictured below and are considered dangerous.
H/T The Blaze