4 Texas College Girls Kick Pregnant Fast Food Worker’s Stomach, Get Brutal Instant Karma

A shocking video has emerged out of San Marcos, Texas, where a 7-month pregnant woman, who works for Popeyes, was kicked in the stomach by four vile she-thugs from Texas State University. Now, the clip has gone viral after the four punks got a dose of brutal instant justice they never expected.

Screenshots from video footage. (Photo Credits: YouTube/KLBJ937)

According to local news source KSAT, the brutal assault took place just after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Vedo Kemraj, the owner of the Popeyes fried chicken restaurant, said that the four she-thugs, who were wearing Texas State University shirts, first tried to place their separate orders in the drive-thru.

After much confusion, employees politely asked them to come inside to place their orders, and that is when things took an ugly turn for the worse. The she-thugs apparently didn’t like being asked to go inside to order their fried chicken.

All caught on video, multiple Popeyes employees are seen fighting with the four she-thugs. Kemraj said that the employees were coming to the defense of the pregnant assistant manager who was being assaulted by the four girls after asking them to please come inside and place their order to avoid any further confusion.

The sick behavior displayed has become so rampant in our country as the self-entitled attitude of thugs like these continues to grow. However, the employees of the fried chicken restaurant weren’t about to just let these violent brats assault their pregnant manager, and they delivered brutal instant justice.

The 34-second clip was uploaded to Twitter on Tuesday evening and quickly went viral. What started as a polite invitation by the assistant manager to order inside turned into an all out brawl. The manager, who is 7-months pregnant and appears to be white, can be seen wearing a blue shirt in the video. According to local news source KGNS, the police arrived to find that the four suspects had already fled the scene.

Kemraj, who has owned the Popeyes location for over 17 years, said that he’s never seen anything like this. He is shocked that four thugs would attack a defenseless woman who is two months away from giving birth. “If you see someone is pregnant, you’re not going to hit them. I don’t get that. Hopefully, she is going to be OK,” Kemraj said, adding that the fight started when a group of four Texas State University students pulled up to the drive-thru, wanting to place four separate orders.

“When the customers came inside, they started arguing with my general manager and went to the back of the counter and started fighting,” Kemraj said, adding that his general manager repeatedly told the customers during the altercation that she was pregnant, but they continued to hit her. 

Responding officers said there was “mutual combat between employees and unidentified females who left before officers arrived. The people on scene did not want to press any charges and EMS was called to the scene but did not transport anyone.” The pregnant manager was treated at a nearby hospital and underwent monitoring to ensure her unborn baby was unharmed. Despite being hit and kicked in the stomach multiple times, Kemraj said his manager requested to return to work the following day.

A spokesman for Texas State University said they are looking into the incident. The truth of the matter is that if these students were white, this would have been plastered across every major news media outlet as a hate-crime, and they would be in jail with no hope of returning to their university. It’s sick that this heinous attack is being swept under the rug after such damning video evidence surfaced, proving that the girls committed a violent crime.

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