Outraged by coronavirus protocol, women threw bricks at Atlanta Chick-fil-A drive-through window, police say

Atlanta police are looking for three suspects accused of throwing bricks at the window of a Chick-fil-A driving through, reportedly upset that restaurant the dining room was closed due to coronavirus restrictions.

Atlanta Police Department has released surveillance footage of a woman trying to get into a Chick-fil-A in Chastain Square on Monday night, before she was turned away by an employee. Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the woman got angry when the Chick-fil-A employee said that the dining room was closed due to the COVID-19 protocol. The woman left the restaurant, only to return moments later with a friend. The same staff returned to explain the situation again, but the women passed her.

The prospective customers were reportedly upset that the restaurant's dining room was closed due to coronavirus restrictions.

The prospective customers were reportedly upset that the restaurant’s dining room was closed due to coronavirus restrictions.
(Atlanta Police Department)

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The same staff returned to explain the situation again, but the women passed her.

The same staff returned to explain the situation again, but the women passed her.
(Atlanta Police Department)

The women started shouting at the restaurant staff and were ordered to leave. The Chick-fil-A crew thought the prospective customers were gone – but not for long. From there, the women pulled up to the drive in a white sedan and tried to climb in, the employees told the police.

“The females tried to climb through the window, but [were] stopped by employees, “an officer wrote in an incident report.

Seen in a now viral video that is shared with Instagram, hit a third suspect in the run-through window. Then at least two bricks were thrown at the glass.

“The suspects began picking up cement stones nearby and throwing them in the break-through window in an attempt to break the window,” police wrote. “The window was not completely smashed, but had noticeable cracks and damage.”

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Worried Chick-fil-A workers backed away from the area and ran to make sure the restaurant’s doors were locked.

“You can not do that,” said Officer Anthony Grant Fox 5 Atlanta of brick-throwing bedlam. “It’s rude. It’s unwanted. It’s just not the right thing to do.”

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No one inside the restaurant was injured during the incident, and the suspects fled when authorities arrived.

Police are now offering a $ 2,000 reward and are urging anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477.

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