Shocking videos have appeared from customers arguing with employees in Popeyes stores at two different locations, while the return of the popular chicken sandwich induces nationwide scenes.
A cashier and a client throw trays at each other in a Popeyes restaurant in San Antonio in a video that appeared on Friday.
Meanwhile, in another unknown store, a male customer is seen throwing a whole bucket of tea over a worker after allegedly unable to get a chicken sandwich.
The first video, which has been viewed more than 250,000 times, shows a cashier who becomes furious with a young female customer and throws a red tray at her.
The customer then hears shouts at the female cashier and jumps forward to jump over the counter while the worker says, "Look behind you."
Shocking visual material arose from a cashier and customer throwing trays at each other in a Popeyes restaurant in San Antonio
On Wednesday a man threw a whole bucket of tea over a Popeyes employee at an unknown location because he was angry because he couldn't get a chicken sandwich
She then throws the tray back at her and a man in the cap of a veteran intervenes and pulls the customer away from the counter during the incident.
The customer's friend can be heard in the background saying: & # 39; She is not worth it. & # 39;
@ Espinosa35_, the twitter user who posted the video on Tuesday, claimed: & # 39; Lmaooo yoooo San Antonio was wild for the Popeyes chicken sandwich today … this was on the south side. & # 39;
The incident took place on Tuesday at 3.45 pm in Popeyes at 10.25 pm SW Military Drive, a bystander said KSAT.
& # 39; I don't know exactly what happened, but the lady and the employee yelled at each other and the cashier just started throwing trays, & # 39; said the female witness.
She said she saw the employee start the fight by throwing the tray and allegedly throwing tea at her.
& # 39; The veteran took the lady out and the manager followed them out … and they physically had a fistfight, & # 39; said Valarie about the woman and the manager.
In the meantime, in another incident that seemed to happen on Wednesday, a man is seen throwing a whole bucket of tea at a Popeyes employee after he was angry that he couldn't get a chicken sandwich.
Chaos then arises when the worker then throws the container over him over the counter while a female companion gets involved and starts throwing food.
The fighting is the latest in a series of disturbing incidents, including a fatal stabbing, which has occurred at various locations in the Popeyes restaurant chain.
On Monday, a Popeyes customer was stabbed to death over the refilled chicken sandwich during national chaos about his return to the menu.
A man in the cap of a veteran then intervenes and pulls the customer away from the counter while she tries to jump over to physically fight the worker
The cashier in the orange cap can be seen lifting a tray and throwing it at the young female customer
A man who is supposed to be a veteran intervenes and stops the client during the incident that took place in Popeyes on 2225 SW Military Drive around 3.45 pm.
The incident happened Monday night at a branch of the fast food chain in Oxon Hill, Maryland, and was fueled by someone in line, according to police.
Prince George & # 39; s police chief Hank Stawinski called on the help of the public to identify the man who fatally stabbed 28-year-old Kevin Tyrell Davis after a dispute.
Stawinski said that only 15 seconds had passed from the moment the fight started until it ended with stabbing.
Davis had "methodically" cut himself out for 15 minutes for sandwiches before the suspect confronted him at the counter, the chef said.
& # 39; The question my investigators must answer is: & # 39; How does a confrontation lead to a murder within 15 seconds? & # 39 ;, Stawinski said to reporters outside a police station in Upper Marlboro.
The family of the killed person is looking for closure. The families and children who were in this restaurant are looking for closure. & # 39;
In another incident that seemed to happen on Wednesday, a man is seen throwing a whole bucket of tea at a Popeyes employee after he was angry that he couldn't get a chicken sandwich
The worker throws the container back over the counter to the man and chaos arises
Chaos then arises when the worker then throws the container over him over the counter while a female companion gets involved and starts throwing food
Popeyes resumed the sale of his chicken sandwich on Sunday. It was first released in August, and the chain attributed popular demand to its offer that was sold out that month.
Marketing around the sandwich has created a frenzy that causes long queues and waits in the chain's restaurants. Stawinski said there were dozens of people in the restaurant at the time.
The police released camera footage of the suspect and a woman who apparently was with him in the restaurant and fled with him after the stabbing. Researchers want to talk to that woman.
& # 39; We think she has pretty important information for the investigation & # 39 ;, said police spokeswoman Jennifer Donelan.
Stawinski said there is no evidence that the suspect and the victim knew each other.
The police found a knife owned by Davis after stabbing, but investigators do not believe he waved it during the confrontation.
Davis, from Oxon Hill, died in a hospital. He was once stabbed in the upper body, the police spokeswoman said.
Prince George & # 39; s police chief Hank Stawinski called on the public to help identify the man who fatally stabbed 28-year-old Kevin Tyrell Davis after a dispute at a Popeyes restaurant in Maryland
The police released camera footage of the suspect and a woman who apparently was with him in the restaurant and fled with him after the stabbing
Then on Tuesday, a woman in California became the last person to fall victim to the Popeyes chicken sandwich pandemonium when she brutally tried to line up at a local drive-in but eventually accidentally destroyed her own car.
The moment was recorded on video by a number of bewildered guests in a branch of the Los Angeles eatery, who heard the entire incident laugh at the unknown driver.
The woman, driving in a silver Mercedes from the early 2000s, can be seen as she tries to force her vehicle between a pillar and in front of another car.
Despite the fact that the opening is clearly too narrow for her car to fit in, the woman strides deliberately anyway and deliberately scrapes the passenger side of her car against the concrete pole.
While bystanders say they & # 39; sh * t up & # 39; is, & she is driving backwards and sharpening her car against the same pole before she moves forward and bumps into another vehicle.
On Tuesday, a woman in California became the last person to fall victim to the Popeyes chicken sandwich pandemonium when she brutally tried to line up at a local drive-in but eventually destroyed her own car
The woman, who was driving a silver Mercedes from the early 2000s, saw that she was trying to force her vehicle in line between a pillar and in front of another car
Although the opening is clearly too narrow to let her car through, the woman continues and deliberately scrapes the passenger side of her car against the concrete pole
& # 39; It's never been so serious & # 39 ;, someone can hear someone calling in the background. & # 39; All this for a chicken sandwich, & # 39; another adds.
A Popeyes employee approaches the driver and tells her that she is forbidden to place an order at the restaurant because of an attempt to break the line and cause a scene at the drive-in.
The woman continues to grind her vehicle against the concrete pillar with dents on both passenger doors and the side skirt of the car starts to fall away.
And then on Thursday, one racist man, shouting the N-word directly in the face of another man in a Popeyes in Maryland, had to apologize after being hit in the parking lot.
In the video, the man at the counter is waiting for his food when he hears the N-word and other explosives shouting at the young black man.
The man is heard & # 39; f ** k you & # 39; before he says: & # 39; F ** king n *** er-a ** motherf **** r, f ** king get out of my way! & # 39;
Despite the man's screams, the young man stares him down even after the racist guy fails him.
The man is then seen grabbing his bag of chicken and walking through a crowd of black people, saying: & # 39; Get out quickly. & # 39;
The clip then cuts until the man is beaten up outside the fast food chain.
He is seen sitting on the concrete while a man stands over him while holding the back of his shirt.
& # 39; Who do you call a n **** r? & # 39; a black man hears the white man say before he hits him in the face.
& # 39; Do you know where you are after? You in my neighborhood! & # 39; the man says as he throws the racist man on the sidewalk.
At a certain moment a Popeyes employee is seen trying to break the beating, but to no avail.
Popeyes announced that their infamous spicy chicken sandwich was fully replenished at the weekend after the fast food chain got out of the sandwich two months ago.
And since their announcement, stores in the US have broken into chaos with people desperately trying to grab one of the apparently tasty sandwiches.
Videos & # 39; s started circulating last Sunday in which people threw tantrums over the sandwiches. A man at a busy location in Harlem yelled at the staff because he thought they needed too long for his order of 10 sandwiches!
Down in Florida, wild photos and videos of a Popeyes in Union Park showed a few customers pushing their broken cars down the drive in an attempt to get hold of the viral party.
The $ 3.99 meal, which is classic and spicy, debuted for the first time in August and was excited with a hectic craze that led to long lines and fists in various restaurants. The sandwich was sold out in just two weeks.
The fast-food joint announced that the crispy chicken was back on the menu on Sunday tweeting: & # 39; This is not an exercise … We are completely filled. & # 39;
After waiting two months for the very popular Popeyes chicken sandwich to return, fans started to get ready for the sandwich before the stores opened at 10 a.m.
On Sunday, the lines began before the restaurant doors even opened and social media users could quickly share video and photos of the craze.
A man shared a video of a line outside a Popeyes in Savannah, Georgia, who entered the parking lot and wrapped himself around the street. Another man shared a similar scene where the line stretched along a highway in Orlando, Florida.
The Popeyes sandwich was part of a & # 39; Chicken Wars & # 39; between different fast food restaurants – including Chick-fil-A, which is especially closed on Sundays – fighting for the best chicken sandwich.
The summer craze saw customers furious when the sandwich was quickly sold out at locations throughout the country, causing quarrels between customers and Popeyes customers.
In an August viral video incident at an unknown location, a furious Popeyes customer jumped through a drive-thru window to fight with three employees, angry that there were no more chicken sandwiches at that location.
Another furious fight broke out in August in Brooklyn when customers stood in line for an hour and were furious to hear that the chain had run out. An argument escalated to the point where the employee of a Popeye was injured.
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