Woman arrested after disturbing feces-throwing incident at BC Tim Hortons

Woman Caught On Video Throwing Feces At Staff Inside Langley, BC Tim Hortons

A freakish and disgusting incident at a Langley Tim Hortons was caught by security footage on Monday.

The situation continues to escalate and ultimately culminates with the woman dropping her trousers, defecating on the floor, and proceeding to throw feces at the employee.

Although the video contains no sound, a woman can be seen screaming at an employee behind the counter before grabbing a handful of napkins from a dispenser on counter, pulling down her trousers and relieving herself on the floor. At this point, she pulls up her trousers and leaves the store.

You'd think that would be the worst of it, but it doesn't stop there.

Woman Caught On Video Throwing Feces At Staff Inside Langley, BC Tim Hortons
Woman detained after video appears to show her throwing poop at Tim Hortons staff

A woman caught on surveillance camera throwing feces at Tim Horton's employees earlier this morning in Langley could be facing potential charges.

The incident took place at about 6:15 p.m.at the Douglas Crescent Tim Hortons in downtown Langley City.

Langley RCMP Corp. Holly Largy confirmed that the RCMP received a complaint.

The woman was detained by authorities and released with instructions to attend court at a later date.

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