Woman breaks windows of St. Louis restaurant with bat after they ran out of chocolate ice cream

St. Louis wife spit on workers and emptied a restaurant with a baseball bat after they ran out of chocolate ice cream and told her they only had vanilla

  • The incident occurred at a Rally's restaurant in the Central West End area of ​​St. Louis
  • Wife had a meltdown after workers said they no longer had chocolate ice cream
  • She first spit on several employees and then broke the windows with a bat
  • The woman was described as black and between 25 and 35 years old

A woman had a meltdown at a restaurant in Missouri last month after employees said they had no chocolate ice cream and only had vanilla.

The unidentified woman went to the restaurant of the Rally in St. Louis & Central West End around 2.25 am on March 27.

Police said the furious woman then spit on workers and destroyed the restaurant with a baseball bat, breaking the windows, according to The St Louis Dispatch.

A woman had a meltdown after employees at a Rally & # 39; s restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri, told her they had no chocolate ice cream

A woman had a meltdown after employees at a Rally & # 39; s restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri, told her they had no chocolate ice cream

She then got into her vehicle and fled the stage.

The police are still looking for the woman, who is described as a black woman with an average skin color.

She is believed to be between 25 and 35 years old, 5 feet 4 inches to 5 feet 6 inches long and around 135 to 140 pounds.

Authorities said the incident was recorded on video.

But restaurant staff, who only sell soft serve ice cream, have refused to release the surveillance video to the media.

Authorities were also unable to provide surveillance.

The police ask everyone with information to contact CrimeStoppers online or at 1-866-371-8477.

Authorities said the incident was recorded on video. But restaurant staff refused to release the surveillance video to the media

Authorities said the incident was recorded on video. But restaurant staff refused to release the surveillance video to the media

Authorities said the incident was recorded on video. But restaurant staff refused to release the surveillance video to the media

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