Community Members Call For Brooklyn Nail Salon To Close Following Brawl

Community Members Call For Brooklyn Nail Salon To Close Following Brawl

One of the workers in denim shorts starts to hit the customer repeatedly with a broomstick.

As the New York Post reports, employees at the New Red Apple Nail salon in the Brooklyn neighborhood of East Flatbush attacked customers with brooms after one of the women allegedly complained about her botched eyebrow wax. It's hard to tell who instigated the violence, but it appears to be the workers at the nail salon who are dealing the most force.

Police later charged Huiyue Zheng, 32 of Brooklyn, with assault, menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and harrassment. Both she and the salon's owners agree that she wasn't happy with how the eyebrow wax turned out.

"That happens a lot, they're not supposed to fight like that, for both sides that is totally wrong", a representative from the association said.

In video posted online, you can see employees using broomsticks to beat a woman and chase her out of the store.

A spokesperson for the Brooklyn district attorney's office says they are in the process of examining all of the evidence, including videos that were not available at the time of the arraignments.

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"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 also charged with a misdemeanor assault. "I said 'sit down, let me call the police".

Maduka's video had been viewed by more than 670,000 people as of 1 a.m. Monday.

According to the nail association, an employee told them Thomas refused to pay for any of the other services she received, telling CBS New York that the altercation could have easily been avoided.

Zhing was hospitalized with visible injuries to her face and body, and Thomas refused medical attention, according to police.

It was filmed by another customer who was inside during the mayhem. "Anytime a store doesn't respect us, we're going to shut it down". The protesters were holding signs that read "Black $$$ Matters" and were chanting "black dollars matter", the news station reports.

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