Taking your kids for a hamburger, fries and a coke at your favorite fast food joint, in the year 2017 may, in fact, put you and your kids right in the middle of a dangerous situation. A shocking video just released illustrates yet again that sad reality. This incident took place at a Popeye’s fast food restaurant in San Marcos, Texas earlier this week.

When a group of Texas State University girls pulled in the restaurant drive thru and attempted to place four separate orders, the orders were apparently more complicated than simply ordering them on the outdoor intercom, and so the girls were asked to come inside the restaurant to place their orders in person.

When the girls entered the restaurant they were apparently angry at being told their order was too complicated to be taken over the intercom and began arguing with the general manager, who is seven-and--half--months pregnant. The verbal exchange soon became heated and then quickly turned violent, with the manager being repeatedly assaulted beaten and then kicked in the stomach by the all-female gang.

The brutal incident was captured on a customer’s cell phone and shows the woman being repeatedly kicked by the young thugs.

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Store owner Vedo Kemraj told KSAT that prior to the fight the Popeye's employee who took the original order “asked very nicely if they can place their order inside” because it was too complicated.

Kemraj continued: “When the customers came inside, they started arguing with my general manager and went to the back of the counter and started fighting.”
The unidentified general manager allegedly told the women during the altercation that she was pregnant, but they continued hitting her.

That’s when the rest of the Popeye’s staff came to their co-worker's aid, fighting back attempting to protect the stricken woman from being beaten further and driving off the 4-girls.

Police were called and arrived on the scene around 9:25 p.m. and according to their report there was “mutual combat between employees and unidentified females who left before officer’s arrival.”

“The people on scene did not want to press any charges (and) EMS was called to the scene but did not transport anyone,” SMPD call notes said.

However, the unidentified general manager was taken to a nearby hospital and stayed overnight as a precaution.

A spokesperson for the school told KSAT.com they’re looking into the incident; however, at this moment they cannot confirm whether the girls are actual students at Texas State University.

Do you think these types of incidents are becoming all to commonplace?

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