The trio of women who allegedly trashed a Lower East Side french fry shop because of a $1.75 charge for dipping sauce left behind $25,000 in damages — and terrified staffers, the owner of the business told The Post.
Just as bad were the more than 20 people who celebrated the mayhem and did nothing to stop it, said Bel Fries proprietor Annalee Schlossberg.
“Not only were [the women] crazy, destructive animals, but everyone just stood by and watched,” the 23-year-old entrepreneur said. “Everyone outside was recording and laughing and cheering on the girls, which is the most disgusting part.”
Schlossberg, whose two-year-old eatery is in the heart of the debauchery-filled area nicknamed Hell Square , said she plans on increasing security to keep her employees safe.
“I’m thinking I’ll need a bouncer and protective glass across the entire counter so no one can get through,” she said.
The furious French fry fiasco unfolded July 3, when Pearl Ozoria, 27, Chitara Plasencia, 25, and Tatiyanna Johnson, 23, were asked to pay $1.75 for extra dipping sauce, staff claims. Three women trashed Bell Fries in Manhattan after being asked to pay a charge for dipping sauce. One of the woman standing on the french fry shop’s counter. The women caused $25,000 in damage. The women went ballistic, tearing down the plexiglass COVID guard along the counter, ripping out the cash register and hurling glass bottles and stools at the employees, viral video of the episode showed.
“I felt so angry because I couldn’t do anything. These are ladies,” said fry cook Rafael Nunez, 38, who captured the insanity on his phone. “I had knives in the shop, but I can’t use those. Recording was the only way to defend myself.”
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