When Brittany Glanville found out 7-Eleven didn’t have any cooked sausages, she got really angry.
A police officer found the 25-year-old Bridgeton, New Jersey, woman out of control when he arrived at the East Broad Street convenience store at about 3 a.m. on Friday after an employee activated its panic alarm.
Glanville threw an item at the clerk’s head, but the employee was able to catch it and avoid being struck.
Then, as the officer entered the store, she tried to lunge over the counter toward the clerk.
After her arrest Glanville repeatedly tried to kick out windows of a police cruiser.
Police said they had to use pepper spray to stop her.
A 7-Eleven employee told police Glanville had become enraged when she learned there weren’t any sausages ready to eat from the store’s hot dog cooker.
She also had been drinking, police said. Her breath smelled of booze, she slurred her speech, and her eyes were watery and bloodshot.
Glanville was charged with disorderly conduct.
She was turned over to a hospital for evaluation and released on her own recognizance.