Woman upset over the price of her iced coffee throws the drink on store employees destroying $200 worth of cigarettes
The strange incident that was caught on a surveillance camera took place on August 30 at around 10 am at a 7-Eleven convenience store in New York
A customer at a 7-Eleven outlet in New York has been caught on a surveillance camera shamelessly throwing her iced coffee on the checkout counter of the store as well as on both the employees because she did not want to pay the cost of the beverages that she had picked up. The strange incident that was caught on a surveillance camera took place on August 30 at around 10 am at a 7-Eleven convenience store located off the Montauk Highway in East Patchogue, New York.
The woman can be seen standing at the checkout counter getting ready to pay the bill for the two cold coffees and several other items. The two men standing behind the counter can be seen talking to the woman who is holding her phone to her ear.
She can then be seen getting agitated at the men and starts arguing with them over the cost of the drinks. She can be seen continuing to yell at them but the employee are calm as they talk to her, reported the Daily Mail.
The customer can then be seen slowly moving the other items away from the coffee cups before she opens the lid. She then dumps the entirety of the cold drink on the counter and the two employees. She can then be seen shouting at the employees before she walks out of the store.
A young boy who was with the woman then takes the other items that were left on the counter and follows the woman out.
The footage shows the woman driving away in a black GMC Yukon which had New Jersey license plates. Around $200 worth of cigarettes that had been kept beneath the counter ended up being damaged because of the actions of the woman.
The convenience store chain started selling the cold brew coffee in June this year. According to an article by Convenience Store News, a 16-ounce cup of iced brew coffee costs $1.69. The coffee was first launched over the summer and had a limited price of 99 cents when it was first introduced.