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March 28, 2011  | 

The 30-year-old Alabama woman whose tirade at a Florida Burger King became a YouTube sensation has been charged with felony criminal mischief causing damage greater than $1,000, two counts of misdemeanor battery, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest without violence.

Kimesa Smith of Montgomery can be seen on cell-phone video climbing on the restaurant's counter, throwing items, and striking employees in the March 19 incident at the Panama City fast-food restaurant.

Watch the video here:


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Laura @ 3/28/2011 4:46 PM

Unfortunately You-Tube has removed the video!

scpdblue @ 3/29/2011 6:39 AM

This is a typical response by certain groups that live among us....And they wonder way they get LE watches them closely... They act like animals. No class,No morals,Lack of compassion for others.Always wanting to act out in a violent manner.Every other word is foul,and they want respect,PLEASE.

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