A San Antonio convenience store clerk is getting online accolades for her two-fisted response to a problem customer.
Video recently shared on social media shows an employee at a San Pedro Avenue 7-Eleven tire of a hostile customer, come from behind the counter and mix it up. One man tries to break up the fight while another filming with his phone eggs on the altercation.
"Alright, on the game," he says as the clerk closes in. "Let's go."
After some WWE-worthy wrestling maneuvers, the worker puts the other woman into a headlock and slams her onto the floor. The video resumes a few moments later, presumably after the beaten-down customer has decided to vacate.
"Don't fuck with people from 7-Eleven," the clerk says to the camera, still catching her breath. "We run the fucking counter, not y'all."
San Pedro 7-Eleven, San Antonio Texas lmaoooooo pic.twitter.com/ChEDST4QrG— el negro (@FancyPancyJosh) July 17, 2020
Twitter users wasted no time in commending the clerk for her fighting skills, calm demeanor and willingness to rep her employer.
lmaooo she went right back to work like nothing 🤣 https://t.co/1BAqxYXFHV— (daw- go) (@ddaygo__) July 18, 2020
The 7-Eleven where I go to get wraps will never be the same again 💀 https://t.co/LAZNHJdQLz— Jolly Jimothy 🤴🏽 (@jimmmyyyboyyy3) July 17, 2020
This is the most San Pedro shit I’ve ever seen lmfao https://t.co/LaPwNB8cEa— Mani 🌹 (@_gemineye) July 17, 2020
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