Months after hurling her Chipotle bowl at an unwitting cashier, one angry Ohioan discovered that you shouldn’t throw the lime if you can’t do the time, landing a 60-day sentence as a fast food employee.
Back in September, Rosemary Hayne rose to certified Karen status after throwing a tantrum of spectacular proportions, launching her steaming burrito bowl in a cashier’s face.
“Wow!” she said moments before the incident, which was captured in a now-infamous clip.
Despite garnering viral attention on Twitter and TikTok, Judge Timothy Gilligan — the Parma, Ohio judge presiding over Hayne’s case — was less-than-amused, admonishing the violent Chipotle customer during her sentencing.
"You didn't get your burrito bowl the way you like it, and this is how you respond?" he told Hayne, who was found guilty of assault last week. "This is not Real Housewives of Parma. This behavior is not acceptable.”
Moments after giving Andy Cohen his next million-dollar idea, Judge Gilligan decided to continue his streak of unnecessary altruism, allowing Hayne to choose between serving time behind bars or a drive-thru window.
Rosemary Hayne, 39, who hurled burrito bowl in face of Chipotle worker Emily Russell after she got her order wrong is ordered to work at fast-food joint for two months to avoid prison sentence https://t.co/Vgdxe7q65P pic.twitter.com/AlLNcKx5VT— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) December 6, 2023
"Do you want to walk in her shoes for two months and learn how people should treat people, or do you want to do your jail time?" he said, referencing Chipotle worker Hayne assaulted.
"I'd like to walk in her shoes," she replied.
We can only hope that Hayne will get the true fast food experience during her weeks on the job — one that hopefully comes with steaming hot burrito to the face.