According to Langley RCMP, the incident took place at the location in the 20200-block of Douglas Cr. on Monday evening.
And in this case, the woman was denied because of "past behaviour and out of concern for the immediate safety of team members and guests in the restaurant". The video further shows that the male staff member continues to talk to her as she bends down to poop, but soon steps away as it was clear that she was excreting right there.
As witnesses and the video indicate, the woman picked up several tissues, pulled down her trousers and answered nature's call.
She finishes by wiping her bottom with napkins and throwing those, too, at the worker. The police said they were familiar with the woman and her antics prior to the incident.
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Police were eventually called to the store and arrested the woman in the parking lot, spokesperson Corporal Holly Largy clarified. Furthermore, she notes how "in limited cases across the country, restaurants have a restricted access policy for restroom to ensure the well-being of our guests". Soon she was seen pulling down her pant and popping near divider between the counter and seating area.
A statement from a Tim Hortons representative acknowledged the incident and offered some context to the company's restroom policies.
She was arrested and later released with a court date set.
A woman could face criminal charges after throwing her own feces at staff inside a Langley, B.C.