Police in southern New Jersey say a woman began attacking a 7-Eleven employee when she found out the store did not have any sausages, The News of Cumberland County reports.
An officer responding to a panic alarm set off Friday said that as he began to enter the store, he saw the suspect, Brittany Glanville, trying to climb over the counter to go after the clerk, Chief Mark Ott told the paper. Glanville, 25, was immediately arrested and put in the officer’s patrol car, where she tried to kick out the vehicle’s windows.
The officer used pepper spray to subdue Glanville, according to the News.
The clerk and other store employees said that Glanville became enraged when there were no sausages ready to eat in the store’s hot dog cooker.
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