You know a video is going to be good when it starts with an angry mother looking at the camera and declaring, “We’re gonna get even, that’s what we’re gonna do.”
Military wife Juana Martinez was furious when she discovered a 19-year-old Starbucks employee had made a copy of her credit card and used it to spend over $200 at the grocery store, so she piled her kids (aged 2, 5 and 6) and her brother into the car and went back through the Starbucks drive-through to call the girl out.
“So we got you on camera yesterday at Ralph’s for $212, so just know that the cops are coming up here,” she said. “They recorded your ass and everything.” She’d also informed Starbucks corporate and said the girl would lose her job.
The clearly freaked-out employee could only stand there and nod for a few seconds, before she starts repeating that she was sorry and begging Martinez not to press charges.
At one point she said, “I am a good child, I swear, I go to school, I play soccer,” but her accuser wasn’t having it.
Martinez told the Daily Mail that she was unable to pay her rent because of the theft, so you can understand why she was pissed off.
What's Trending host Paula Rhodes has more on the people who feel kinda bad for the girl and other people who think she's getting exactly what's coming to her.