A 50-year-old woman was arrested after reportedly driving her car into a Popeyes restaurant in Georgia over missing biscuits. The accused, identified as Belinda H. Miller, took drastic action against the fast food chain on Walton Way, Augusta, after she received an incomplete order that was said to be a mistake.
Deputies from the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, responding to a call of an accident with injuries, were informed by the store’s manager that Miller had become enraged when she realized her order was missing biscuits.
The manager also reported that the restaurant rectified the mistake by providing her with the biscuits, but Miller allegedly threatened the staff. She purportedly called the store and threatened to ram her car into the building, which Miller ultimately did.
According to the New York Post, the woman crashed her SUV through the entrance of the building, narrowly missing an 18-year-old employee. Miller continued to drive into the store, only to be stopped by a pile of debris, as was detailed in the arrest warrants.
After the incident, Miller sped off on Gordon Highway in the southern direction. The damaged SUV was later found at her residence, and she was apprehended and charged with aggravated assault and first-degree criminal damage to property.
Miller was issued a bond of almost $4,000 when she was placed in the Charles B. Webster Correctional Center on Wednesday, but it is unclear if she is still in custody.
Watch the news report on the incident below: