A naked woman trashes Subway restaurant in Anchorage, Alaska. Local media reported today on the bizarre incident, which left authorities scratching their heads over why the woman they have arrested was driven to do such a thing.
35-year-old Nikki Abrell arrive at the Subway restaurant yesterday at around 5 pm. She locked herself in the bathroom for over two hours only to emerge entirely naked. In several moments of rage, she proceeded to tear down ceiling tiles, smash chairs and smear food all over the restaurant for no apparent reason whatsoever.
Fortunately, nobody was injured in the strange incident, while the woman was flipping tables and smashing objects against the walls. Employees were later interviewed by local media, expressing outrage but also confusion about the entire nature of the event and what exactly could have driven the woman to carry out such a shameful and degrading act within their restaurant.
Tina Anaya was passing by when she witnessed havoc in the Subway restaurant. She originally thought there was a fire inside because she saw what appeared to be a smoky atmosphere inside. However, it only turned out to be the fire extinguisher, which was set off by Abrell during her moments of extreme rage.
Authorities speculate that the woman might have been under the influence of illegal substances at the time of her meltdown. However, such allegations remain unconfirmed at the time being.
Nonetheless, the 35-year-old was arrested shortly after her outburst and charged with third-degree criminal mischief, harassment and resisting arrest. Local news channels report that she is presently being held at a jail in the city of Anchorage.
Subway has had its recent troubles in 2015, when their famous former spokesperson Jared Scot Fogle, also known as “the Subway Guy,” was investigated for possession of child pornography and for reportedly soliciting sexual acts from minors.
Fogle agreed to plead guilty in federal court on both accusations. He remains in police custody until his hearing, which is scheduled for November, later this year. If he had not reached a deal with the prosecution, Fogle could have faced up to 50 years in prison if he was brought to trial. However, after deciding to plead guilty, the prosecution is expected to seek no more than 12 and a half years for him behind bars.
Subway has immediately distanced itself from Fogle, renouncing him as spokesperson once the news of the accusations against him emerged. While it narrowly evaded controversy, the company still had PR inconveniences to deal with.
Photo Credits: Wikimedia