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VIDEO: Florida Chick-fil-A trashed during incident caught on camera

A Facebook post documenting the incident was shared 1,300 times

Customers report the Chick-fil-A at River City Marketplace was trashed Monday night. (Photo: Allison)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Nassau County woman took to social media to vent after witnessing a fracas at a Jacksonville Chick-fil-A restaurant.

The incident happened at some point Monday night at the River City Marketplace location. The witness said several customers grew unruly during some sort of dispute with employees.

The witness recorded the incident on her phone and uploaded multiple video clips to Facebook. Things appeared to escalate when the customers scattered utensils and other supplies across the floor. 

The disturbance began with two male customers arguing with staff for roughly 20 minutes, the witness said. She said it continued when two women, undeterred by a locked door, barged in and confronted employees.

"There were kids at Chick-fil-A while this was going on and anyone should be embarrassed to act the way these two females did tonight," the witness wrote in a Facebook post that has since been shared over 1,300 times.

It's not clear if a police report was filed in the case. News4Jax reached out to a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office spokesman for details and will update this story as additional details emerge.

 

So I went to Chick-fil-A tonight and we all know I go there all the time... well tonight was a little different. I walk...

Posted by Allison Music on Monday, July 31, 2017