An angry couple assaulted a Georgia fast food owner and her daughter outside a restaurant over a chicken and fries order — leaving the two women battered and authorities in disbelief.
“I have a severely broken nose that requires surgery,” Quik Chik owner Jeanette Norris told the Daily News Sunday. “My daughter is scared. She was hit on her right side and has a black eye.”
Norris was violently attacked at around 3 p.m. Thursday at the restaurant in Baxley after a couple complained about an order — prompting an argument that led suspect, Latasha Smith, to slap and punch her repeatedly, Baxley police said.
Security footage shows Norris’ 15-year-old daughter getting out of a vehicle to confront the couple and help her mother. Suspect Nathaniel Smith — wearing a black shirt, red shorts and hat — then sucker punches the teen in the face, knocking her ground.