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The guy who filmed it is named Daymon Billy
A women in California became the latest person to fall victim to the Popeyes chicken sandwich pandemonium on Tuesday when she brazenly attempted to cut in line at a local drive-thru but inadvertently ended up destroying her own car.
The humble dose of instant karma was captured on video by a number of perplexed diners at a Los Angeles branch of the eatery, who can be heard laughing at the currently unidentified motorist throughout the incident.
The woman, driving an early 2000s silver Mercedes, can been seen trying to force her vehicle between a pillar and in front of another car in the line.
Despite the opening being quite obviously too narrow for her car to fit through, the woman advances regardless, purposely scraping the passenger side of her car against the concrete post.
As bystanders call out that she’s ‘f***ing [her] sh*t up,’ she backs up and grinds her car against the same post again, before shunting forward and colliding with another vehicle.
‘It’s never that serious,’ someone can be heard calling out in the background. ‘All this for a chicken sandwich,’ another adds.
A worker from Popeyes approaches the driver and tells her she’s forbidden from placing an order at the restaurant due to attempting to cut the line and causing a scene at the drive-thru.
The woman continues to grind her vehicle against the concrete pillar with dents forming on both of the passenger doors and the car’s side-skirting starting to fall away.
The video ends when the documenter pans away to a patron eating one of the sandwiches, asking her ‘Is it worth it?’ to which the person responds with a full mouth, ‘Yes!’
Yesterday, a 28-year-old man was stabbed to death outside of a Popeyes in Maryland after he cut into the busy line.
The victim was identified as 28-year-old male Kevin Tyrell Davis of Oxon Hill, Maryland, Prince George's County Police spokeswoman announced Tuesday.
He entered the fast food joint on the 6200 block of Livingston Road around 7pm Monday evening where about three dozen people were in line, many waiting for the newly released chicken sandwich, Police Chief Hank Stawinski said.
He then cut the line and was confronted by a male suspect. The two exchanged words and the argument escalated to the point that the two went outside the restaurant and Davis was stabbed. Cops say the entire confrontation lasted just 15 seconds.
Davis’ death came just 24 hours after Popeye’s re-launched their chicken sandwich, which previously caused fights to break out in chains across the US when stocks ran dry earlier this year.
their accents though LOL
Well isn't this great