Two eggs, hashbrowns, toast, and one very naked customer.
A Georgia woman is accused of ditching her clothes and unleashing a rampage at a Waffle House diner in Kennesaw, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
“The accused stripped off all of her clothes off in front of Waffle House staff and patrons during a suspected excited delirium state,” an arrest warrant obtained by the newspaper states.
Jennifer Mary Nicholson allegedly punched another customer in the nose and heaved several platters at people in the restaurant on Jan. 8, around 10:30 p.m., WGCL-TV reports. She is also accused of throwing a plate at a window.
Nicholson is charged with aggravated battery and criminal damage to property, simple assault, obstruction, simple battery and public indecency, jail records show.
In other news of Waffle House misbehaving, two employees at an Arkansas location were recently fired after they were caught on camera using kitchen equipment to style their hair.
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