RICHMOND, VA (WCMH) – In what could be described as a fit of ‘hanger,’ a woman is accused of attacking and biting a fast food worker over a wrong order.
‘Hangry’ was added as a new word by Oxford Dictionaries last year. It means to be bad tempered or irritable as a result of hunger.
That’s how a Richmond, Virginia Wendy’s manager describes a customer who was in her store on Monday night. Latanya Nelson tells WTVR-TV that 25-year-old Lovely Robinson was the angriest customer she had ever served.
Nelson told the station Robinson stormed in the lobby after changing her order from two spicy chicken sandwiches to four 99 cent chicken sandwiches.
“She came in cursing and said I’ll come across the counter,” Nelson said. “So I said, ‘OK.’ She jumped over, so I defended myself.”
The fight spilled over to the area near the fryers. Nelson said Robinson then bit her knee, and wouldn’t stop. Nelson said she punched Robinson in an attempt to fight her off.