Cops: Woman Bites Wendy's Worker Over Wrong Order

She apparently didn't want the spicy chicken
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 17, 2016 1:02 PM CST

A Wendy's order that was either changed at the last minute or wrong ended up with a wounded manager and an arrested customer Monday night in Richmond, Va., WTVR reports. According to what the worker told cops, 25-year-old Lovely Robinson had placed an order at the drive-thru and was asked to pull up to wait, the Richmond Dispatch-Times reports. When the order was finally brought out, Robinson wasn't happy with it and allegedly followed the worker inside—and that's when things really heated up.

Robinson had reportedly changed her order from two spicy chicken sandwiches to four 99-cent chicken sandwiches, "so I'm guessing she only had $4 instead of $11," manager Latanya Nelson tells WTVR. That's when she said Robinson jumped over the counter and Nelson was forced to defend herself. "She didn't have me in size, but she had heart, I'll give her that," Nelson says, adding that Robinson "clamped down" and bit her above her left knee. Robinson was arrested for a bevy of charges, including malicious wounding, intentionally damaging property, preventing law enforcement from making an arrest, and trespassing. (This guy allegedly threw a gator through a Wendy's drive-thru window.)

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