Woman Maces Three Wendy's Workers During Dispute Over Fresh French Fries

When Eiram Chanel Amir Dixson pulled her vehicle up to the drive-thru window at a Wendy’s near her Minnesota home Thursday afternoon, she had one specific demand, cops say.

The 25-year-old Dixson “requested that the French Fries be fresh,” according to a court filing.

That demand, however, prompted an argument between Dixson and Wendy’s employees, three of whom subsequently were interviewed by Coon Rapids Police Department officers.

During the argument with the Wendy’s workers, Dixson allegedly “started to reach through the drive-thru window, so one employee threw a soda at her.” At that point, the workers reported, Dixson returned to her car and “grabbed her Mace, and started spraying it through the drive-thru window.”

A Wendy’s manager standing at the window “got hit directly in the face causing burning in her eyes and difficult breathing.” Two other workers were hit with the spray, which caused burning pain and other discomfort.

Dixson, seen above, was charged with a felony for her use of the tear gas. Dixson, who lives in Brooklyn Park, a Minneapolis suburb, faces a maximum of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine if convicted of the attack.