Disgruntled Woman Poops On Tim Hortons Floor, Throws It At Cashier

Hugh Fox
May 18, 2018

A Canadian woman was so incensed that a Tim Hortons employee denied her access to a restroom that she popped a squat, pooped on the floor and flung her dung at him. In fact, she became so enraged she chose to poo on the floor in the middle of the coffee shop, bending down afterwards to grab her own faeces and throw it at a staff member.

However, given the woman's past behavior, the restaurant's employee chose to deny her access to the facilities.

Video of the disgusting attack has gone viral, and the woman is now under arrest.

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The woman then can be seen dropping her trousers, defecating on the floor and flinging the feces in the direction of an employee behind the register.

Holly Largy confirmed that RCMP received a complaint and attended.

Tim Hortons, a Canadian-based fast food restaurant known for its coffee and donuts, said it is looking into the Monday incident, according to Global News. The staff appear to be asking her to leave.

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Officers "briefly detained" but released her after she promised to appear in court.

Tim Hortons said the safety of staff and customers is a top priority and the corporation is working with the franchise owner to continue to look into the incident.

The B.C. Prosecution Service is considering what charges, if any, will be laid. "As matters escalated, the team member contacted local authorities for assistance". Tim Hortons has a policy that allows employees to restrict access to the restroom if the decision is in the best interest of its patrons, the spokesperson said.

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