Three women were arrested last in week in Ohio for beating up a McDonalds employee for "working too slowly." According to a press release from the Bellevue Ohio Police Department, Ashley England, Mary Jordan and Sammie Whaley of Sandusky, Ohio were at a Bellevue McDonald's with their children and friends when the attack happened.
The press release says the women assaulted a female McDonald's employee in the parking lot for apparently providing slow service when taking the orders of the three women with their families and friends. Bellevue Police say the attack happened in front of the children.
England, Jordan, and Whaley, were arrested the day after the attack, after being identified in security footage, according to police. As seen above the women, put on bizarre smiles for their mugshots.
"England was charged with assault, theft and child endangerment. Jordan was charged with assault and child endangerment," the press release said. "England and Jordan's child endangerment charges are due to the fact they had their children present with them and participating in the incident. Whaley was also charged with assault."
The release didn't explain the theft charge against England.
England posted about the altercation on Facebook and claimed the employee called her kids the N-word, which she called "wrong." "...u [sic] should of [sic] been prepared for what was gonna happened [sic]" England wrote England.
In April, an Arkansas teen ended up with a felony after a series of unfortunate events stemming from him filling a McDonald's water cup with soda.