The shocking moment a former Taco Bell employee returned to the restaurant in a tea-tossing rampage has been caught on video.
The former employee named Margarita is seen in the video throwing gallons of tea around a Taco Bell in Converse, Texas in a dispute with the manager before being arrested.
The details surrounding the video are unclear, including when it was shot, the last names of the individuals involved, and what sparked the dispute.
The incident did take place at a Taco Bell on W Farm to Market Road in Converse, KSAT was able to confirm with a restaurant employee.
The video opens with a woman name Margarita, who is apparently there to pick up a final paycheck, flinging tea from a large dispenser at the manager Arturo across the counter.
Arturo retaliates by flinging an entire tea dispenser across the counter.
Margarita, still holding the empty dispenser she has emptied seconds earlier, hurls it back at him as the manager takes cover.
The irate ex-employee charges behind the counter with her 17-year-old son in tow.
Arturo unleashes a stream of profanities at the boy and then takes off his shirt, challenging him to fight.
Feet away, a customer looks in astonishment at the proceedings from through the drive-thru window.
'Arturo the police is coming!' one employee says.
Margarita grabs a metal spatula and begins yelling in Spanish as her son retreats from the heated dispute.
'I don't want to be on the internet, don't put me on the internet,' the manager says, suddenly seeming to notice the female employee who is filming the action.
'I'm not going to put it on the internet, I'm just recording in case one of them did something crazy,' she replies coyly.
After a tense standoff between Arturo and Margarita behind the counter, the police arrive suddenly.
'I'm the manager, I'm the manager,' Arturo, still shirtless, shouts as he puts his hands in the air.
The officers swiftly handcuff Margarita and lead her from the fast-food establishment.
'The cameras have everything! The cameras have everything!' Arturo goes on excitedly.
'Calm down, put on a shirt,' the cop replies.
The video ends with multiple cops tackling Margarita's son in the parking lot.
'I don't f--king get paid enough for this s--t, man,' one employee is heard muttering in the background.
It is unclear when the video was shot, but copies of it appeared online as early as Saturday.
Bexar County arrest records for the past seven days do not show booking records for a suspect named Margarita on criminal damage or trespassing charges.