Three women were spotted in a Ludlow Street Bel Fries shop in Manhattan trying to order fries. Pearl Ozoria, 27, of Manhattan, Chitara Plasencia, 25, and Tatiyanna Johnson, 23nof o Brooklynnwere the three females. When the employee informed the 4 a.m. diners that they would have to spend an extra $1.75 for more sauce, they became enraged and wrecked the restaurant in Manhattan’s Lower East Side area.

The employee attempted to get their money back and was refused. They refused when they were asked to leave. That’s when things got ugly; the employees began throwing items around the restaurant, knocking over chairs and tables, and smashing glasses. They ripped off the cash register from the counter before departing in a huff.

The police were immediately contacted. The owner of the restaurant believes that the women’s damage was around $10,000 to $20,000.

While the women were attacking the restaurant, an employee pulled out a camera and began filming the confrontation. In the video, the employee can be heard telling the three violent ladies, “you’re going to go to jail.” Despite the fact that the danger does not deter them, the women continue to rampage as they release their fury at having been instructed to pay an additional $1.75 for more sauce with their order.

The conflict resulted in injuries, and the business has remained shut since then. The assault on the restaurant in Manhattan caused two workers there to suffer head wounds.

The footage shows the woman in a white top flinging something under the plexiglass barrier at the employee. Another lady, wearing a blue minidress, is seen ripping off the credit card reader and trying to pull it free of the wires linking it to the equipment.

The conflict rages on as one woman breaches the employee-only zone. The two others grab bottles of ketchup and metal stools and hurl them at the people working in the restaurant.

According to reports, when officers arrived at the scene, Ozoria assaulted a police officer in the face. She was charged with assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest, obstructing government administration, and disorderly conduct. She was taken to Rose M. Singer Center in East Elmhurst for cooling off.

Both Plasencia and Johnson have been charged with criminal weapon possession.

All three women who took part in the restaurant attack face robbery and criminal mischief charges, according to police.

This is yet another example of entitled conduct we’re seeing more and more frequently these days. It’s completely wrong to lose your temper and trash a venue just because you don’t get your way or need to pay a few dollars extra for something you want. This sort of behavior must be stopped immediately before it gets out of hand. And, sadly, Americans are getting out of hand like this too often these days.