Don’t know what was happening at THIS Popeye’s restaurant, but they definitely weren’t serving food on Tuesday night.
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS — The incident happened at 1628 Aquarena Springs Drive, as reports KSAT-12 News. The source says this location is less than a mile from Texas State University.
***The news source reports that some of the women were seen with TSU mascots on their shirts as well.***
If you need a job in San Marcos, Popeyes will be hiring tomorrow
— Bryan Chance (@That20Twin_Twin) September 6, 2017
Well, the 34-second video starts as the fight has already commenced. The source doesn’t provide information on why the fight began in the first place. However, onlookers aren’t surprised it happened.
Upon viewing the following video, you’ll witness a handful of Popeye’s employees and their customers caught in the middle of flying fists — both, behind the counter and out on the floor. It was an all-out brawl.
The fight also includes the manager, as seen wearing a blue shirt. According to the news source, she stomps an unidentified woman after she falls to the floor.
WARNING: The following video contains graphic material. Viewer discretion is advised.
Popeyes in San Marcos on a Tuesday……. pic.twitter.com/xRIFLY17D6
— big daddy tee 👑 (@tierataughtyou) September 6, 2017
Several people have commented that this particular Popeyes’ customer service is basically non-existent anyway.
Popeyes in San Marcos is the worst Popeyes to ever exist. Worst customer service and all. Not saying it's right, but just do better 🤦🏾♀️
— Vanesa 👑 (@Vanesasmithh) September 6, 2017
I've called corporate on the San Marcos Popeyes so many times it's not even funny. Their employees are trash!!
— Mama K (@kayenelle) September 6, 2017
tell me why this isn't the first time I've seen something like this go down at the San Marcos Popeyes https://t.co/QEaIotA0p4
— shayla ♛ (@mishayla_marie) August 23, 2017
Via Twitter, there are several more tweets corroborating the lack of customer service at the San Marcos location.
Since the video was uploaded, it has collected over 10,500 retweets and more than 16,700 likes. And, it’s only rising.
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[Featured Photo via Twitter]