Georgia Woman Drives SUV Into Popeyes Because Order Was Missing Biscuits

A Georgia woman has been arrested after she allegedly intentionally crashed her SUV into an Augusta Popeyes after becoming angry because her order was missing biscuits.

The manager of the Popeyes said that the woman, Belinda H. Miller, 50, was given her biscuits before the crash, but that Miller was still upset and “was already on ‘Papers’ and would drive her vehicle into the building,” according to WJBF.

Citing the incident report, WJBF reported, “a witness who allegedly waited in line with Miler told them to hurry and get their order ‘because she was coming back,’ and an 18-year-old employee was allegedly standing near the front of the building when the vehicle driven by Miller crashed through the building and was almost struck by the SUV.”

Police say she only stopped when the building debris stopped her SUV from continuing any further.

Miller was booked into the Charles B. Webster Detention Center on Wednesday, four days after the alleged incident, according to the report. Miller has been charged with Aggravated Assault and First Degree Criminal Damage to Property.

D & B Staff

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