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Young Karen throws coins in Dunkin’ Donuts employee’s face, demands his firing

The Karen and her friend filmed their own embarrassment, expecting viewers to side with them.

 

Alexandra Samuels

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An enraged young woman stormed into a Dunkin’ Donuts after an employee allegedly threw a bag to her in the drive-thru.

The incident—captured by the woman’s friend on TikTok—shows her flinging open the front door to the restaurant as she charges toward the cash register. 

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“Come over here to me,” she yells at the employee. “You ain’t never finna come up in my face again. I promise you that.”

“Nor will you slam something in my face,” she says before throwing change in the employee’s face.

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The unnamed employee then implores her to stop speaking to him like that before walking away. As he leaves, the customer sets her sights on a different employee—and demands the man who was allegedly rude to her be fired. 

The customer says she and her friend were in the drive-thru, the employee got their order wrong, and they drove back to get it corrected. As they did, the woman says the employee threw their bag at her head. 

“Threw it in my fucking car,” the woman screams to the second employee. “I’m either going to call corporate or he needs to get fired today.” 

According to TMZ, a manager asked the two women to return the next day. He said the employee was having a bad day, and it was, coincidentally, his last day on the job. The employee was not fired, TMZ reports.


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