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Woman detained after feces-throwing incident at Tim Hortons

Woman detained after feces-throwing incident at Tim Hortons

It was literally a crappy day for one British Columbia woman.

A dustup at a Langley Tim Hortons outlet ended with a woman flinging her own feces across the counter.

A woman who was reportedly denied access to the restroom at a Canadian Tim Hortons restaurant on Wednesday made a decision to go anyway - right on the floor in front of staff, customers and a surveillance camera. She then grabbed some napkins to wipe her ass and guess what? In front of everyone she pulls down her pants, defecates on the floor then flings it at the hapless employee. She then fled the scene.

A spokesperson for Tim Horton's told BuzzFeed that some of its restaurants have a "restricted access policy for restrooms to ensure the well-being of our guests".

The woman was reportedly denied access to the restaurant's bathrooms.

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"We strive to create a welcoming environment for all of our guests and the communities we serve", the statement added.

Police were called and located the suspect in the parking lot, CTV News reports.

The woman was picked up by the RCMP but has been released from custody and will appear on court at a later date.

According to a spokesperson for Tim Hortons it seems the woman was denied access to the washroom. This photo shows an exterior view of a Tim Hortons Restaurant in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 26, 2014.


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