Columbus, Mississippi - 18-year-old fast food worker, Sky Samuel, was arrested on Monday after she turned herself in for putting blood on a customer's burger.
KRON4 reported, Sky Samuel was working at Jack's Family Restaurant on January 7th when she allegedly put menstrual blood in a customer's food before serving it to them. A coworker who witnessed the incident told her mother, who made a Facebook post about it, which drew the attention of Columbus police.
The Facebook post was alarming, not just because it brought attention to Sky Samuel's actions, but the company's alleged handling of the situation.
Tabitha Hollins Wrote on Facebook:
"I WANT EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT JACKS IN COLUMBUS,MS IS NASTY!!! My daughter saw another worker put her period blood and lick cheese that went on a customers burger. My daughter told the asst that was on duty and the asst still brought the food out to the customer!!! We called the store to try and talk to the general manager and they wouldn’t give her the numbers to get a hold of a manager.
We then called corporate who again did nothing!! They called my daughter in today and told her she was to resign or quit when she asked why they told her because her family made false reports! Well here is your false report the girl is on recording telling my daughter they can’t prove anything cause they didn’t have video!! There is a poor woman walking around not knowing anything. So if u went to Jack’s between 10:00pm and 10:30pm on 1/7/2017 and u order the big jack with a sprite u got more then ketchup!!!"
An audio recording was posted of Sky Samuel confessing to have licked the cheese and adding the menstrual blood to the burger.
Sky Samuel then went on to confess on Facebook:
After investigating, police issued an arrest warrant for Samuel last week, and she was arrested when she turned herself in on Monday.
Sky Samuel is only facing a maximum of five years for this act, but she is likely to get much less. What do you think her sentence should be? Let us know on our Facebook page or in the comments below.