A 31-year-old woman became agitated after a couple refused to pay for her bottle of wine at a Wawa gas station in Florida, allegedly attacking them with the bottle.

A Florida woman allegedly became angry after a couple refused payment for her bottle of wine at a gas station and used it as an offensive weapon, striking it on the head of a woman and knocking out her boyfriend cold.

Police in Sanford (Florida) said Angelique Dion-Glenn, 31, had been arrested after a couple paid by mistake for her bottle at a gas station chain.

The woman, who was with Glenn at the time, told police that Glenn accidentally included her wine bottle in their order.

After realizing they had paid for Glenn’s wine, the couple asked for a reimbursement, FOX 35 reported.



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Angelique Glenn, 31 was arrested for two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapons.

Police said that Glenn became agitated, and asked the couple “why don’t you pay for my bottle ?”

Police said that she then started to threaten both the woman and her partner before taking a bottle of wine and hitting the woman on the head with it.

A woman has been arrested for refusing to pay a couple who refused to buy her bottle of wine in a chain of gas stations.

FOX 35 reported that Glenn continued, hitting the woman’s lover over the head with a wine bottle, knocking him unconscious, according to police records.




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Glenn continued to threaten the woman’s lover, threatening them to die and tried to hit them again with the wine glass as she fled to the parking lot.

A Wawa gas station and convenience store in Orlando, Fla. Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket/File via Getty Images)

According to the police, Glenn refused to let Uber drive her so she left by foot.




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Glenn was booked in the Seminole County Jail on two counts for aggravated assault with a deadly weapons.

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