Taco Bell customer hit employees with bodily waste: police

This suspect may be making a run for the border.

A Taco Bell restaurant in Georgia had to be decontaminated last week after a customer allegedly squirted a bottle of urine at a drive-thru window employee and threw feces at him, according to reports.

The incident was caught on video and authorities were still searching for the suspect, the Augusta Chronicle reported.

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The suspect was described as a black woman about 18 to 25 years old, wearing glasses and a white tank top.

The incident happened around 11:45 p.m. Friday, according to the newspaper. The suspect was seated in the rear of a vehicle that approached the window. It was unclear what prompted the attack.

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Both the window worker and another employee were hit by the bodily waste, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

Because of the incident, the restaurant closed two hours early so the work area could be cleaned, reports said.