Erika Chavolla and Sabrinah Fontelar pictures,got into a heated fight in McDonald's
Erika Chavolla (right) was working at a Las Vegas McDonalds when she got into a dispute with Sabrinah Fontelar (left) after she allegedly tried to fill up a water cup with free soda.
The two women got into a heated fight in McDonald's. The employee can be seen body-slamming Fontelar
Sabrinah Fontelar, of Las Vegas, has since bragged on Instagram that she was the customer in the video
The customer, who self identified as Fontelar, can also be heard saying 'that's why your a** is behind the f***ing counter' before throwing a French fry across the restaurant
Chavolla (left and right) said on Thursday that she has kept her job at McDonald's following the incident
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