Woman flings poo in Tims

Woman Caught On Video Throwing Feces At Staff Inside Langley B.C. Tim Hortons

Woman Caught On Video Throwing Feces At Staff Inside Langley B.C. Tim Hortons

A Canadian woman was detained by police in Langley, British Columbia, and prosecutors are mulling charges after the enforcement of a company bathroom policy went straight to the crapper.

Leaked surveillance images show a heated argument between the woman and a staff member. She then pulls down her trousers, proceeds to defecate on the floor, and then picks it up and flings it at the employee.

While #BreathingWhileBlack continues to become a popular offense worthy of multiple speed dial phone calls to the police leading to jail time and public embarrassment, apparently white women in Canada are out here throwing poop at folks without a care in the world. She threw the napkins at the employee as well. So much so that when she was allegedly denied access to the restaurant's facilities, she laid her burdens down (so to speak) right there on the floor, before proceeding to wipe with a handful of napkins.

A spokesperson for Tim Hortons told Global News they are "deeply concerned by this video as the safety of [their] team members and guests is always a top priority for [them]".

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The RCMP confirmed to The Province that they received a complaint and attended to the scene.

According to police, the woman was released from custody and will appear in court at a later date. The staff appear to be asking her to leave. Satisfied that she had made her point, the woman struts away.

A Tim Hortons spokesperson told BuzzFeed News that the woman was denied washroom access because a number of its outlets have a "restricted access policy for restrooms to ensure the well-being of our guests".

Tim Horton's added guests are not required to make a purchase to use the restroom.

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