Six Philadelphia-area Taco Bell employees have been terminated after they allegedly attacked a customer and his girlfriend outside the fast-food restaurant for allegedly complaining about their long taco wait time.
“The altercation, which was captured on camera and posted on Twitter, took place Sunday night, Feb. 24, and was apparently sparked after customers were complaining about the long wait times for their meal orders,” reported Fox News.
Bryan Reese, the man who was attacked, posted a video of the brutal incident to Twitter, as well as photos of bloodied clothing, a police report, and his girlfriend’s scratched and cut-up neck. . .
“I was assaulted by a number of [Taco Bell] employees, when I reached out to [Taco Bell] for justice they offered a $20 gift card, they must have thought I said Birthday not Assault,” he captioned the video, which was shot by his friend.
I was assaulted by a number of @TacoBellTeam employees, when I reached out to @tacobell for justice they offered a $20 gift card, they must have thought I said Birthday not Assault. I bet this would never happen at a @ChickfilA
— Beasley (@throwdembows) March 6, 2019
— Beasley (@throwdembows) February 25, 2019
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“I backed out of the store. They continued to follow me. They put me on the ground, and I don’t really remember too much else. Except for when I got up my girlfriend was on the ground being beat, too. She wasn’t even in the store at the time,” Reese told ABC6.
Philly @tacobell employees gang together and beat up 2 innocent people in the street, aggravated assault. @AP @CBSPhilly @PhillyDailyNews @tacobell @PhillyPolice @KYWNewsradio @PhillyMayor @NBCPhiladelphia @reddit @TMZ @ABC @FOX29philly @phillydotcom @NBCSPhilly @PhillyInquirer pic.twitter.com/zM4mxdnw5E
— Beasley (@throwdembows) March 5, 2019
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