Taco Bell employee pours hot grease on two customers to get rid of them


Haronisha Alexander 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) Police were called to a Taco Bell in Texas, after a fight among customers and employees turned violent.

19-year-old Haronisha Alexander of Houston, said that she, her boyfriend and another male friend went to buy food at the Taco Bell in South Loop at Main at about 3:00 p.m.

While at the drive-thru, Alexander said that she threw a glass bottle out of her window and the store manager asked her to pick up the broken glass, but she refused.

Alexander said that the manager and an employee threw a drink at them and spit in her face.

The manager denies the allegations, and said that he returned their money and ordered them to leave. However, the trio refused to leave and instead they went inside the Taco Bell.

Alexander and her 17-year-old boyfriend Johnson Moore, confronted the employees and things got heated. The customers allegedly punched the manager, threw chairs and broke some windows.

The employee grabbed hot grease and threw it at the 17 year old. He was rushed to the hospital with burns on over 70 percent of his body.

Alexander later returned to the Taco Bell. She said that she just wanted to give her statement to police.

However, the employees said that she tried to break into the store when it was already closed for business and they wanted her to go away.

The employee again grabbed the hot grease and threw it at Alexander, causing her to suffer severe burn wounds to her neck and arms.

Police said that both sides have given very different accounts of the incident. So far, no charges have been filed.