PA Woman Tells Loud Teens To Pipe It Down At ‘Furious 7’ Screening, Is Viciously Attacked Outside Theater
Civility isn’t included in civil rights.
Via NY Daily News
That shush caused quite a stir.
A Pennsylvania mother says she got brutalized by three teen girls after shushing them at a screening of “Furious 7,” WNEP reported.
Cindy Santamaria-Williams was left with a broken eye socket, black eye and bruises all over her body after the alleged “Furious” fury.
She and her sister-in-law went to see the hit film on Easter Sunday at a Stroud Township mall, and got bothered by a group of yammering girls sitting behind them, she said.
“They were very loud, rowdy. They were cursing a lot,” Santamaria-Williams, a Poconos resident, told WNEP.
She turned around and told them to pipe down. She also complained to management after the film.
While walking to her car, she ran into the chatty gals again — but now they had three more girls and two teen boys with them, she said.
Then the beating began.
The teens jumped on Santamaria, threw her to the ground and punched her, and also injured her sister-in-law, she said. More