17-year-old Louisiana girl arrested for pulling McDonald’s worker out window by hair

McDonald's, btbFour women have been charged after a McDonald’s worker being dragged out of a drive-thru window by her hair during a heated argument with a customer.

A shocking video, which seems to have been taken on a mobile phone, shows the painful moment the worker’s head hits the side of the vehicle before she is left lying on the floor outside the LaPlace, Louisiana, location.

St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested Kailin Holland, 17, on felony second-degree battery charges Wednesday and said she was the one who pulled the 16-year-old worker by her hair around 8.30pm on August 26.

The worker and the driver of the car, presumed to be Holland, appear to be fighting before the film starts, with the driver shouting: ‘Come on, b****.’

Standing up in the driver’s seat, with the video taken from the seat behind, the attacker shouts some inaudible comments before launching at the worker.

Grabbing her by her long hair, she drags her out of the service window and into the side of her car, when a loud thud is heard.

The teen worker does not appear again for the remaining seconds of the clip, and seems to have been left lying on the tarmac between the restaurant and the car.

Someone else can then be heard yelling: ‘Get out, Quita. Get out. Open the door!’ before the video cuts out.

Others in the car were also accused of hitting the unidentified young woman, who refused medical treatment at the scene, according to The Smoking Gun.

Sierra Gregoire, 18, and a 16-year-old were charged were given misdemeanor summonses for simple battery in the case.

Bradnika Gregoire, 20, was given a summons for disturbing the peace.

Authorities have not released a motive for the attack, and it is unclear who filmed the incident.

Holland was released on $10,000 bond, according to the New Orleans Times Picayune.

Source: The DailyMail

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