A video of a woman throwing a drink at a Starbucks employee has gone viral just a week after a different woman was sentenced to work at a Chipotle for throwing her food at a Chipotle worker. Perhaps we'll see a similar sentencing for the woman in this new video.

The video begins with both the customer and the barista (who's point of view we see) both recording each other during their argument. The drinks she was showing weren't completely full, but were in cold cups - most customers recognized the result of ordering a drink with no ice.

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The woman asked for a receipt "with this dumbass's name on there," to which the employee replies she will print it. The woman then says "You can go ahead and refund me," and the employee replies "I won't."

The sound of the first drink being thrown and missing the window can be heard thudding against the outside of the window.

"Okay," the worker says, just before the woman throws the second one onto the employee.

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"Keep going, because I'm going to be pressing charges on you," she said.

"Go ahead and press charges," the customer said. "Do it. Do it. Do it. Do it, bitch."

"Keep driving so I can get your license plate," the employee tells the woman, but then the woman puts the car in park and throws another drink at her before driving out of the drive thru quickly.

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According to the Instagram post's caption, the employee was fired after the incident, but in a statement to the Dallas Observer, the company didn't comment on the employee's status but said "Starbucks takes pride in creating a warm and welcoming Third Place environment – it’s core to who we are as a company. We expect all of our customers and partners to treat each other with dignity and respect."


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