An activist who protested over the weekend claimed the liquid thrown was acetone, the primary ingredient in nail polish remover, and that the altercation began because a woman at the salon with her two grandchildren did not want to pay for a poorly done eyebrow treatment.
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Police were eventually called to the scene, at which point they reportedly arrested one patron and one of the salon workers. Zheng was released from jail on her own recognizance after a hearing in Brooklyn Criminal Court, cops said.
"Share this cause the cops made a decision to arrest the black people but not the Chinese people who ganged up on them". Huiyue Zheng, 32, was charged with assault and weapon possession, while Christina Thomas was booked on misdemeanour assault and other charges.
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"You couldn't pay me to come back here", said resident Crystal Harper.
It shows the salon staff also targeting another customer who is helping her granddaughter to escape the clutches of the staff members and start beating her in the back. Thomas declined medical attention, the station reported. She later posted the video on Facebook, where it has quickly gone viral.
"This place will never get my money". The young lady paid for her feet/nails but refused to pay for her eyebrows because she was unsatisfied.
You can see two angles of the fight in the video below-one from the store's surveillance camera, and one taken by a bystander in the store at the time.
"I'm not trying to die on my bday or go to jail", she wrote. Instead of making a compromise or including a 3rd party (police) to mediate they attacked them.
"You can't treat us like we're second-class citizens", said one protester.