US woman sentenced to fast-food job for throwing food at Chipotle workertext_fields
New York: A US court sentenced a woman to work two months a fast-food job for throwing food in the face of a worker at an American fast-food chain.
In addition to fast-food work, Rosemary Hayne, who assaulted a Chipotle worker, has to spend one month in jail.
Footage showed Hayne berating Emily Russell on September 5 before hurling a bowl of hot food in her face.
The 39-year-old mother of four, pleaded guilty to the charges and received the sentence last week in the municipal court of Parma, Ohio.
Judge Timothy Gilligan gave her a choice of a 90-day jail sentence, or a 30-day jail term coupled with 60 days of a fast-food job.
‘Do you want to walk in her shoes for two months and learn how people should treat people, or do you want to do your jail time?’ Judge Gilligan asked Hayne.
To which Hayne said ‘I'd like to walk in her shoes,’ however, she is yet to find a job.
Her attorney, Joseph O'Malley said that she had no prior criminal record and stressed on her genuine remorse for her actions.
Hayne has to work 20 hours a week on the job approved by the court, according to the attorney.
The judge said that he was handing down this kind of sentence for the first time, adding she’ll have no trouble finding a job.