The hilarious moment was captured at Tim Hortons CCTV camera and the video goes viral. There is no sound on the video. After pulling her yoga trousers down to expose her buttocks, the woman releases herself at a troubling speed and immediately throws the resultant dung at the employee.
According to the Abbotsford News, the woman threw the offending "missile" at a Tim Horton's coffee shop in Canada after staff reportedly refused to let her use the bathroom.
"She was briefly detained and released on documentation to appear in court at a later date", revealed Cpl.
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Officers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police collared the crazed crapper in the parking lot a short time later, The Abbotsford News reported. While in the act, the guest at the restaurant could hear her but the barrier behind the woman prevented them from witnessing the manic revolt. "As matters escalated, the team member contacted local authorities for assistance".
A statement from a Tim Hortons representative acknowledged the incident and offered some context to the company's restroom policies.
The BC Prosecution Service will review the circumstances and determine if charges will be laid.
Tim Hortons said the safety of staff and customers is a top priority and the corporation is working with the franchise owner to continue to look into the incident.
The spokesman added that "in limited cases across the country, Restaurants have a restricted access policy for restroom to enure the well-being of our guests".
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