AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) _ A waitress at a T.G.I. Friday’s restaurant in Augusta told police she wants to file charges after a hair-pulling brawl with a co-worker.
Richmond County sheriff’s officials say one of the two waitresses became angry because she felt she wasn’t getting good tables and was losing tips.
The Augusta Chronicle reports that the argument between the two waitresses got physical. One of the waitresses told police that her fellow waitress hit her on the head and pulled her hair repeatedly.
A police report said the clash was recorded on the restaurant’s security cameras.
It was not immediately clear when the brawl took place, or whether customers were in the restaurant when it happened. The restaurant is on Washington Road in the east Georgia city.
Information from: The Augusta Chronicle.