- Police have served warrants on three people, but two remain unidentified
- Thrown drinks, napkin rings, sugar containers and even a wet floor sign
- He yelled ‘Damn, fuck you!’ to the police officers who approached them after the fight
A violent food fight broke out at a Waffle House in Ohio after employees asked a group of unruly customers to shut up or leave.
Customers responded by throwing a volley of drinks, napkin rings and sugar containers at employees, who were forced to duck behind the counter for cover.
A customer was seen throwing a wet floor sign over the barrier as staff attempted to defend themselves and threw some items back.
Franklin police have issued arrest warrants for three of the people involved, but two of them have not yet been identified.
Authorities have released the images in hopes that the public can help them locate the other two suspects.
Fast Food Fails: Employees at The Waffle House were subjected to a barrage of thrown drinks, napkin rings and sugar containers.
The harassed workers tried to protect themselves and form a defense.
Franklin Police are hoping the public will help them identify the two unknown suspects (both pictured above).
The fight, which occurred last month, occurred in the early morning hours, around 3 a.m. at the Waffle House on Rt. 124 in Warren County, Ohio.
The boisterous group was sitting on either side of the register, dancing and recording videos on their phones, when Waffle House staff asked them to turn down the volume.
After the fight ended, Franklin police, who had a car stationed at the Pilot station next door, came over and tried to settle things.
In police body camera footage, the suspects can be seen getting into their car as police attempt to approach them.
‘Hey! Police!’ the Franklin police officers shout.
In the wee hours of the morning, the fight broke out at Waffle House in Ohio around 3 am.
‘I don’t give a damn about your mother, the fucking police officer. Fuck you! one of the suspects shouts before happily walking away.
Warrants have so far been filed against Dayton area suspects Brittany Appleberry, Andrea Lovett and Duane Hutchinson.
The orders are for a number of different offences, ranging from assault to criminal damage and failure to comply.
Franklin Police Chief Adam Colon said the unidentified women have two options: turn themselves in or wait until authorities locate them.
“Sooner or later, it’s going to hit you like most things do, and we’re not going to tolerate that kind of behavior in the city.”