Melbourne, May 20 (ANI): An American woman is said to have attacked a restaurant worker with a stun gun after her drive through order went wrong.
According to the Smoking Gun, Melanese Reid, 20, reportedly became enraged after fast food workers at Wendy's restaurant at Daytona Beach failed to provide her with the requisite number of mustard and mayonnaise packets, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Reid and Katrina Bryant, 23, argued with Wendy's drive-thru employee Jason Hill (and called him "bitch" and "faggot").
A statement tendered to police said Hill "told them that they were childish and to leave".
Reid then attempted to slap Hill, but the worker was able to deflect her hand. At that point, witnesses told cops, Reid and Bryant exited their red 4WD and entered the Wendy's.
While inside, Reid, armed with a pink stun gun, chased Hill around the kitchen/employee area of the restaurant with the Taser turned on and making the 'electric' noises.
For her part, Bryant "cheered (Reid) on" while continuing the previous argument using "profane and discriminatory language".
After Hill escaped, the women fled when a Wendy's manager announced that she was calling police.
Reid and Bryant were arrested later and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a felony.
The stun gun was recovered from one of the women's purses. (ANI)