We all get agitated when the wi-fi connection is bad, but usually not enough to get into a knife fight.
That's what Amber Lynn Henson, 48, is accused of doing last Thursday at a Taco Bell in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Henson was having trouble using the restaurant's wi-fi and decided to cool off by filling up her cup at the drinking fountain, only to be blocked by a group of teenage boys, according to Tahlequahpolice chief Nate King.
“The boys were kind of in the way of the drink fountain and she had to squeeze through them to get her drink, and she got agitated and spilled her drink on one of them,” King told the Tahlequah Daily Press.
Henson allegedly waited outside of the restaurant with a 4-inch blade and challenged two of the boys, including the one who got wet,
"If you want some of me, come on," she said, according to KRMG TV.
Henson left without stabbing anyone. The teens called police, who posted surveillance photos of the incident inside the Taco Bell to Facebook, according to TexOmasHomePage.com.
Henson was arrested later that day after a tipster recognized her from the video. Police said she admitted pulling the knife but said it was self-defense, according to the Tahlequah Daily Press.
Henson was booked on one charge of assault with a dangerous weapon.
No word on if the wi-fi connection at the Taco Bell has improved.
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