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Woman Arrested For Throwing Frozen Chicken and Cat Poop!

Seattle’s leg of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was interrupted Sunday when an
irate woman allegedly threw frozen chicken, used kitty litter, and other garbage down at the

runners racing to raise awareness for breast cancer. According to KCPQ-TV, a woman with a walker was struck with a green liquid, and a 12-year-old girl was hit in the arm with a piece of frozen chicken when those and other items rained down from a fifth floor window onto the runners below. The unidentified woman who lives in the apartment allegedly wouldn’t open the door for the cops but eventually relented, and explained she worked an overnight shift and was angry at the noise the fundraisers were making. She was arrested and faces assault charges.

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