Published: Tue, August 07, 2018
World Media | By Cesar Oliver

Footage shows botched eyebrow job lead to wild brawl in nail salon

Footage shows botched eyebrow job lead to wild brawl in nail salon

Police attended the scene and arrested a salon worker along with one of the customers on Friday night - however it remains unclear as to which one.

"Hitting them like animals", she said, referring to the customers.

Fists were flying, and one woman even used a dustpan in the dust-up at the New Red Apple Nails on Nostrand Avenue in Brooklyn. The nail salon, however, claims that Thomas refused to pay for all of the services. The woman being hit is beaten on the back as she walks out of the salon. According News12, Hiuyue Zheng is facing charges of assault, menacing, and criminal possession of a weapon. She was also released on her own recognizance. They left behind a shuttered salon and protesters hoping it stays that way. The workers take broomsticks and pummel the women.

"So because she did not want to pay the $5 for her messed-up eyebrows, they attacked this grandmother and her two granddaughters with sticks, threw acetone on them and then called the police on them", activist Jasmine Johnson alleges.

Thomas was arrested on misdemeanour assault and other charges and was also released without bail, Daily Mail quoted New York Post report. All you have to do is say "I'm sorry" and keep it going.

The Brooklyn District Attorney's Office says prosecutors are examining more evidence and may alter the charges.

A harrowing video showing a group of nail salon employees attacking a black family in Brooklyn, New York has gone viral with many calling for the establishment to be shut down. Thomas refused medical treatment, according to police.

Police say Thomas hit an employee, who then in turn struck the customer with a broom.

The Facebook and Yelp pages for New Red Apple Nail have been flooded with angry comments.

The incident has inflamed racial tensions, and prompted calls for black residents to spend their money elsewhere. The service is below standards and they lack respect for people of color. "Black $$$ Matter", one homemade sign read.

"Until they open a soul food restaurant in Chinatown, we ain't eating over there", one woman tells the crowd.

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