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Postby United Calanworie » Thu Dec 07, 2023 4:52 am

An Ohio woman was sentenced to work a fast food job instead of serving a 90 day jail sentence. [washpo] What say ye, NSG? Is this a fair and fitting punishment for somebody who explodes at customer service and food service workers? Should we see more of this type of sentencing for this type of behavior?

Personally, I think she got off light on only having to work 20 hours a week at the fast food restaurant, and the judge should have made it 40hrs/wk in order to cut her sentence, but I'm all for having angry and aggressive customers who assault staff being sentenced to work the job that they are so clearly passionate about having done right.

The Washington Post wrote:Emily Russell was a store manager at an Ohio Chipotle when an irate customer hurled a chicken burrito bowl at her face. Now a judge has sentenced the customer to work at a fast-food job to avoid further jail time.

Rosemary Hayne, 39, was found guilty of one count of assault on Nov. 28 after admitting to throwing the burrito bowl at Russell in September.

“This is not ‘Real Housewives of Parma.’ This behavior is not acceptable,” Judge Timothy Gilligan of Parma Municipal Court said during sentencing, according to WJW, a Cleveland Fox affiliate that covered the sentencing in the courtroom. “You didn’t get your burrito bowl the way you like it, and this is how you respond?”

Hayne’s behavior went viral in a video showing her screaming at Russell, 26, then grabbing her food and throwing it directly in Russell’s face.



At first, Hayne was slated to pay a fine and undergo a 180-day jail term, with 90 days suspended. However Gilligan offered her a chance to reduce her sentence with a highly unusual proposition.

The judge presented her with an opportunity to cut her sentence by 60 days in exchange for consenting to work 20 hours per week at a fast-food restaurant for two months. Hayne agreed.

In the courtroom, Russell, the victim, told the judge the past two months have been the worst of her life. And she said she deals with the trauma of the incident daily.

She told The Washington Post that she was protecting a 17-year-old employee who was getting yelled at by Hayne. She remade her order twice and included extra protein and other ingredients to appease Hayne, she said. Hayne left with her food but returned a few minutes later. “She started screaming at me. … The next thing I knew she threw the food in my face. I was so embarrassed and in shock.” She said the food was 200 degrees because she had just made it and left her face burning red. “I couldn’t believe my customers had to witness that.”

Russell, who worked at Chipotle for more than four years, and has been in the service industry for nine, says she had drinks and sandwiches thrown at her by customers but never experienced something so violent at work before.

“I had to work with food in my face and hair for the next four hours after it happened because no one was sent to relieve me,” Russell said. She said she went to the emergency room after her shift.

Hayne was found at her home seven minutes after a 911 call, Parma police Lt. Dan Ciryak said. The report states, “Rosemary [Hayne] admitted that she became angry when a worker had incorrectly made her food at Chipotle and that she threw the food at the cashier. … She was sorry for what she had done.”

“It was pretty easy to locate her, as the caller provided her license plate information and the female’s receipt displayed her first name as Rosie along with her phone number,” Ciryak said.

“The health and safety of our employees is our greatest priority, and we’re pleased to see justice served for any individual that does not treat our team members with the respect they deserve,” said Laurie Schalow, Chipotle’s chief corporate affairs officer.

Russell says Chipotle was “unsupportive” after the assault and she didn’t feel safe. “I was working 65 hours a week. I was exhausted. I had anxiety every day going to work,” she said. She quit a month after the incident.

She has gotten supportive comments from people across the United States and is glad to share her story if it can help other fast-food workers.

“Everyone has bad days, but it should never come to a point where you have to mistreat a human being,” she said.

She’s happy with the judge’s sentence, saying “she got exactly what she deserved” and now gets to walk in her shoes.

A GoFundMe campaign has raised nearly $2,000. Russell said she has used the money to help pay her bills and hopes to start therapy soon.

She has gotten a new job at a Raising Cane’s. She hopes to be promoted to manager in the next few months.
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Postby The Blaatschapen » Thu Dec 07, 2023 4:57 am

I can't read far because of pay wall?

Will she get paid for her work? And if not, will the company pay the equivalent of her wages to the government instead?

Or is another big company getting free labour organised by the government?
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Postby United Calanworie » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:08 am

No idea, article does not go into details. And the paywall is why I included the article text in a spoiler in the OP :P
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Postby The Free Joy State » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:09 am

I personally think this is a good idea -- anyone who verbally and/or physically abuses anyone in a customer-serving occupation should have to do their job and see the kind of crap they put up with. Though -- still having vivid memories of this woman throwing coins in my face when I worked the checkout as a teenager -- I think two months and twenty hours is rather light.

Double the hours and months, at least.

The Blaatschapen wrote:I can't read far because of pay wall?

Will she get paid for her work? And if not, will the company pay the equivalent of her wages to the government instead?

Or is another big company getting free labour organised by the government?

Interesting question -- because the government shouldn't get the money, and the company shouldn't get free labour, but to what extent should someone be financially remunerated for an assault they committed?

Maybe her wages -- or a substantial proportion, at least -- should go to her victim, to help pay for the counselling she needs after the attack.
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Postby Stratonesia » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:09 am

United Calanworie wrote:An Ohio woman was sentenced to work a fast food job instead of serving a 90 day jail sentence. [washpo] What say ye, NSG? Is this a fair and fitting punishment for somebody who explodes at customer service and food service workers? Should we see more of this type of sentencing for this type of behavior?

Personally, I think she got off light on only having to work 20 hours a week at the fast food restaurant, and the judge should have made it 40hrs/wk in order to cut her sentence, but I'm all for having angry and aggressive customers who assault staff being sentenced to work the job that they are so clearly passionate about having done right.

The Washington Post wrote:Emily Russell was a store manager at an Ohio Chipotle when an irate customer hurled a chicken burrito bowl at her face. Now a judge has sentenced the customer to work at a fast-food job to avoid further jail time.

Rosemary Hayne, 39, was found guilty of one count of assault on Nov. 28 after admitting to throwing the burrito bowl at Russell in September.

“This is not ‘Real Housewives of Parma.’ This behavior is not acceptable,” Judge Timothy Gilligan of Parma Municipal Court said during sentencing, according to WJW, a Cleveland Fox affiliate that covered the sentencing in the courtroom. “You didn’t get your burrito bowl the way you like it, and this is how you respond?”

Hayne’s behavior went viral in a video showing her screaming at Russell, 26, then grabbing her food and throwing it directly in Russell’s face.



At first, Hayne was slated to pay a fine and undergo a 180-day jail term, with 90 days suspended. However Gilligan offered her a chance to reduce her sentence with a highly unusual proposition.

The judge presented her with an opportunity to cut her sentence by 60 days in exchange for consenting to work 20 hours per week at a fast-food restaurant for two months. Hayne agreed.

In the courtroom, Russell, the victim, told the judge the past two months have been the worst of her life. And she said she deals with the trauma of the incident daily.

She told The Washington Post that she was protecting a 17-year-old employee who was getting yelled at by Hayne. She remade her order twice and included extra protein and other ingredients to appease Hayne, she said. Hayne left with her food but returned a few minutes later. “She started screaming at me. … The next thing I knew she threw the food in my face. I was so embarrassed and in shock.” She said the food was 200 degrees because she had just made it and left her face burning red. “I couldn’t believe my customers had to witness that.”

Russell, who worked at Chipotle for more than four years, and has been in the service industry for nine, says she had drinks and sandwiches thrown at her by customers but never experienced something so violent at work before.

“I had to work with food in my face and hair for the next four hours after it happened because no one was sent to relieve me,” Russell said. She said she went to the emergency room after her shift.

Hayne was found at her home seven minutes after a 911 call, Parma police Lt. Dan Ciryak said. The report states, “Rosemary [Hayne] admitted that she became angry when a worker had incorrectly made her food at Chipotle and that she threw the food at the cashier. … She was sorry for what she had done.”

“It was pretty easy to locate her, as the caller provided her license plate information and the female’s receipt displayed her first name as Rosie along with her phone number,” Ciryak said.

“The health and safety of our employees is our greatest priority, and we’re pleased to see justice served for any individual that does not treat our team members with the respect they deserve,” said Laurie Schalow, Chipotle’s chief corporate affairs officer.

Russell says Chipotle was “unsupportive” after the assault and she didn’t feel safe. “I was working 65 hours a week. I was exhausted. I had anxiety every day going to work,” she said. She quit a month after the incident.

She has gotten supportive comments from people across the United States and is glad to share her story if it can help other fast-food workers.

“Everyone has bad days, but it should never come to a point where you have to mistreat a human being,” she said.

She’s happy with the judge’s sentence, saying “she got exactly what she deserved” and now gets to walk in her shoes.

A GoFundMe campaign has raised nearly $2,000. Russell said she has used the money to help pay her bills and hopes to start therapy soon.

She has gotten a new job at a Raising Cane’s. She hopes to be promoted to manager in the next few months.

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Postby Improper Classifications » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:11 am

Hey, wait, this isn't The Onion!
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Postby Emotional Support Crocodile » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:13 am

The BBC version suggests it is instead of prison time, which makes me think it is unpaid.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-67619012
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Postby Pale Dawn » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:13 am

Regardless if Karen deserves it, do her future customers? Is she fireable? Does she go to jail if she throws fries at Karen 2.0?

But really this seems both useful as a moral lesson and problematic. It also raises the question of whether its demeaning to her "coworkers " to have their reality applied as a punishment?
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Postby Ethel mermania » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:24 am

I would have preferred her doing jail time. This is way to light a sentence. 6 months, serving 3 would get the message sent much more clearly
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Postby Infected Mushroom » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:26 am

So working in fast food = punishment?

Is the court setting legal precedent for fast food jobs to be considered garbage work?
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Postby Durius » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:33 am

“I had to work with food in my face and hair for the next four hours after it happened because no one was sent to relieve me,” Russell said. She said she went to the emergency room after her shift.

It seems to me that the woman shouldn't have been the only one being sentenced...

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Postby The Free Joy State » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:37 am

Durius wrote:
“I had to work with food in my face and hair for the next four hours after it happened because no one was sent to relieve me,” Russell said. She said she went to the emergency room after her shift.

It seems to me that the woman shouldn't have been the only one being sentenced...

Yes, that's shocking management.

Letting an employee carry on, after an assault, with facial burns should be considered reckless disregard or something.
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Postby Dumb Ideologies » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:40 am

It's only fair that the judge now steps aside and a fast food worker takes 20 hours a week of judge work and pay.
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Postby Bradfordville » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:44 am

Oh my God that's perfect. :rofl:
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Dumb Ideologies wrote:It's only fair that the judge now steps aside and a fast food worker takes 20 hours a week of judge work and pay.

Not the worst idea.

... But then, for the triangle to be complete, would the judge have to start assaulting service-workers...
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Postby Bradfordville » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:46 am

Pale Dawn wrote:Regardless if Karen deserves it, do her future customers? Is she fireable? Does she go to jail if she throws fries at Karen 2.0?

But really this seems both useful as a moral lesson and problematic. It also raises the question of whether its demeaning to her "coworkers " to have their reality applied as a punishment?


As a former fast food employee, I'm okay with the judicial system admitting the fact that fast food work is a form of torture. It's probably one of the shittiest jobs out there, and when I left, I didn't look back. I work in a job now involving transporting shit, and it's way better.
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Postby Galloism » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:48 am

The Free Joy State wrote:
Dumb Ideologies wrote:It's only fair that the judge now steps aside and a fast food worker takes 20 hours a week of judge work and pay.

Not the worst idea.

... But then, for the triangle to be complete, would the judge have to start assaulting service-workers...

You failed to use “The Circle is Now Complete”, using the lesser shape “triangle” instead of the perfect shape “circle”.

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Postby Galloism » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:49 am

Bradfordville wrote:
Pale Dawn wrote:Regardless if Karen deserves it, do her future customers? Is she fireable? Does she go to jail if she throws fries at Karen 2.0?

But really this seems both useful as a moral lesson and problematic. It also raises the question of whether its demeaning to her "coworkers " to have their reality applied as a punishment?


As a former fast food employee, I'm okay with the judicial system admitting the fact that fast food work is a form of torture. It's probably one of the shittiest jobs out there, and when I left, I didn't look back. I work in a job now involving transporting shit, and it's way better.

Like transporting literal shit, or colloquial for “stuff”?
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Postby Bradfordville » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:54 am

Galloism wrote:
Bradfordville wrote:
As a former fast food employee, I'm okay with the judicial system admitting the fact that fast food work is a form of torture. It's probably one of the shittiest jobs out there, and when I left, I didn't look back. I work in a job now involving transporting shit, and it's way better.

Like transporting literal shit, or colloquial for “stuff”?


I mean transporting goods. Not like being a garbage collector.

Shipping. Stuff like that.
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Postby Galloism » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:59 am

Bradfordville wrote:
Galloism wrote:Like transporting literal shit, or colloquial for “stuff”?


I mean transporting goods. Not like being a garbage collector.

Shipping. Stuff like that.

Just checking. You could have gotten into the septic tank business or something.
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Postby Second Dimetrodon Empire » Thu Dec 07, 2023 6:07 am

Yes, I'm all for that.

Better working conditions are what I push for, but this is a good intern measure. Far too many assholes view service workers as less than human.
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Postby Bastile » Thu Dec 07, 2023 6:14 am

It's funny that I got an issue for this recently. The One with the judge wanting more autonomy. So I think it's fair that this woman got her punishment in this manner. It's definitely better than a prison term. Maybe next time she won't repeat her mistake

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Postby Cessarea » Thu Dec 07, 2023 6:17 am

An okay measure - so long as enough thought was put into the specifics of it. I'm always in favour of alternatives to prison, given that throwing someone in jail rarely seems to do anything but bring their lives into a griding halt; it clearly didn't serve as incentive for her not to get angry. Deterrence is not that effective against imbalanced human emotions.
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Postby Cerespasia » Thu Dec 07, 2023 6:19 am

Take that, Karen.

I can agree that Hecklers shouldn't be thrown in the clink, but instead do menial labors as punishment for their offense, such as this case.
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