KFC employee arrested for 'battery' after throwing boxes of chicken at customer's face

A KFC employee in Florida was arrested for battery and fired from her job after tossing a couple boxes of chicken and biscuits at a customer in the drive-thru.

Ronald Jenkins, 53, started recording the employee, Shade Renee Simmons, 30, and her co-workers as they prepared his order after he noticed they weren’t being sanitary.

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“She turned around and starting putting [food in the boxes] with no gloves on, no hair net after handling money,” Jenkins told News 4 Jax.

Simmons confronted Jenkins about recording her and the situation got heated. When she gave Jenkins his food, she hit him in the face with the bag.

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“She didn’t throw it, she actually swung it and hit me in the face with it basically. It wasn’t a throw, it was a backhand pow,” Jenkins said.

“It hit me in the mouth and damaged my tooth and my glasses fell off. My tooth was bleeding,” he said.

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Jenkins went inside the restaurant and told the manager what happened and he was given a refund for his food. He also showed the video to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, who later responded to the KFC and arrested Simmons.