Woman Gets Sentenced To Work In Fast Food For Assaulting Chipotle Employee

Food fights look way more fun than they actually are. Aside from a pie tossing contest, there aren’t very many occasions where throwing food at someone is acceptable. Last month, a woman named Rosemary Hayne (pictured above) learned that the hard way when she was found guilty of throwing a chicken burrito bowl into Chipotle worker Emily Russel's face. The judge has finally handed down Hayne’s sentence, and it’s definitely a surprising one. “This is not Real Housewives of Parma, said Judge Timothy Gilligan of the Parma Municipal Court. "This behavior is not acceptable. You didn’t get your burrito bowl the way you like it, and this is how you respond?” Before the final sentencing, Hayne was originally supposed to pay a fine and serve a 180-day jail term with a 90-day suspension, but in a turn of events, Judge Gilligan agreed to reduce her sentence by 60 days and allow her to work it off at Chipotle 20 hours a week. Russel, who is still recovering from the trauma, said she remade Hayne’s order twice and even included additional toppings in an attempt to satisfy her, only to be met with an assault. A month following the incident, she opted to quit her job at Chipotle, claiming she was working 65 hours a week, was exhausted, and suffered anxiety from having to walk into the place every day where she was assaulted.