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Watch Insane Video Of Woman Smashing Popeyes Window With Chair Because They Wouldn't Let Her Order Wendy's

The woman went to Popeyes but wanted Wendy's. Pandemonium ensued.

By Jon Silman
Cops: Surveillance Video Shows Woman Throwing Chair Through Window at Popeyes

We've all been there.

You go to Popeyes, order from Wendy's, realize you're not at Wendy's, and then try to throw a chair through a window.

Okay, maybe you haven't been there, but on April 8, that's exactly what happened with one particular woman, according to the New York Daily News.

Now, the NYPD wants help recognizing the lady responsible for a destructive freakout at a Popeyes in Staten Island.

Apparently, the woman wanted something from the "4 for $4" menu at Wendy's, and was upset at the realization that she was, in fact, at a Popeyes. She ordered the meal anyway, the Daily News reported, sat down to eat and then had some words to say on the way out.

In the video, provided to Oxygen.com by the NYPD, the unidentified woman makes it to the door of the establishment before she turns around, yells, sticks out her tongue and makes an aggressive, vaguely sexual gesture. She waves her middle finger in the air for good measure.

She's just warming up, though. For her follow up, she grabs a large poster board advertisement and slams it against the door, while some poor man waiting outside holds the door for her, and then, seemingly realizing what's happening, backs away but puzzlingly still holds the door open.

For her big closer, the woman grabs a chair and smashes the window.

The NYPD is calling it criminal mischief, and wants to find the woman. She fled in a dark colored sedan, police said.

The suspect is between the ages of 18 to 25 and was last seen wearing a colorful durag, pink bandana, a pink hooded sweater, a black jacket and some blue jeans.  

[Photo: NYPD]

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