Woman Poops Tim Hortons Restaurant Floor, Throws Feces At Employee


A Canadian woman was caught on camera pulling down her trousers, doing her business, and throwing the end result at a Tim Horton's employee who denied her access to the restroom. She then scoops up the excrement and tosses it over the counter.

The woman then picks up her feces and hurls it at staff.

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The content of the video is graphic, contains nudity and may be disturbing to some viewers. She threw those too and left! Well this poor guy probably takes the prize after an enraged customer defecated in a store and threw her own faeces at him. The police said they were familiar with the woman and her antics prior to the incident.

Langley RCMP confirmed the incident happened Monday, and that a woman was detained and released on a promise to appear in court.

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According to BuzzFeedNews, a spokesperson for Tim Hortons said that they have a "restricted access policy for restrooms to ensure the well-being of their guests".

The worker was anxious that letting her in could impact "the immediate safety" of customers and other employees, the spokesperson said, though the concerns were not specified.

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Police said nobody was injured in the incident, and a report was provided to Crown counsel, who will decide whether any charges will be filed.