I’ve never had the stuff and maybe it’s much better than I think it is,but I tend to question the sanity of people who pay for the privilege of eating food from a 7-Eleven. Maybe that offends some of the convenience store connoisseurs in the crowd and for that I apologize, but Stephanie Hicks here isn’t doing a whole lot to make me reconsider my approach.
The employee told police that Stephanie L. Hicks had entered the Melbourne store just before 2 a.m. last Thursday, the Palm Bay Daily reported.
She had ordered a sandwich and a cup of nacho cheese.
When asked not to open the hot cheese dispenser, Hicks, 31, replied she didn’t like the employee’s attitude, Palm Bay Daily stated.
The clerk’s feelings were mutual, and she denied her service.
Hicks, just 5-foot-3 and 95 pounds, responded by chucking the full cup of steamy cheese at her.
The clerk, understandably upset, told Hicks she was calling police, to which Hicks responded that “the customer is always right.”
Apparently confident in that position and the centuries of legal precedent on which it was built, Hicks actually waited for police to arrive. Why start acting logically now, I suppose. When they did and had a chance to speak to the clerk and review the film from the security camera, Hicks was arrested and charged with battery. Yes, the fact that there was no mention of intoxication scares me too, you guys.