This file photo shows a Tim Hortons cafe in Manhattan on August 25, 2014 in New York City, U.S. The weird confrontation took place at a Time Horton's just outside Vancouver.
A woman was arrested this week after allegedly tossing feces inside a Tim Hortons in Langley, B.C. - a shocking incident that was captured on the restaurant's surveillance camera.
According to Langley RCMP, she was briefly detained following the incident and served documentation to appear in court at a later date. She then pulls down her trousers, proceeds to defecate on the floor, and then picks it up and flings it at the employee.
The incident took place at 6:15 p.m. on Monday at the Douglas Crescent Tim Hortons in Langley City.
The woman then picks up her feces and hurls it at staff.
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It begins with the woman furiously pointing and shouting at the employee at a cash register.
These valiant attempts at de-escalation failed, however, as the woman proceeds to squat against a wall and relieve herself.
Calls to the Tim Hortons were referred to the company's spokesperson.
"Our current understanding is that the (employee) used their discretion in this case and denied access ... based on past behaviour", the spokesperson told CTV News in an email.