They do say “have it your way.”
A career criminal and her girlfriend allegedly attacked two Burger King employees in Miami for refusing to give them free French fries, according to the Miami Dade County Police Department.
Natasha Ethel Bagley, 42, was arrested Monday for the April 2 crime and charged with three counts of attempted robbery with a weapon, burglary and criminal mischief, court records and an arrest report show.
Her accomplice, 27-year-old Genesis Peguero, remains on the loose, police said.
The hangry duo allegedly came through the Palmetto Bay fast-food joint’s drive-thru, and when an employee refused to cough up any free fries, they came inside the restaurant minutes later demanding to know who called them a “bitch,” the arrest report states.
Peguero then hopped over the counter and demanded the manager open the register and give her all the money while threatening to pistol-whip the staff member, police said.
When the manager tried to call the cops, Peguero snatched the phone out of her hands and punched her while Bagley laboriously hoisted herself over the counter to help out, according to an arrest report and video obtained by the Miami Herald.
Both of the women then kicked and punched at least two Burger King employees, according to police and the video.
“Bitch call the cops but you a punk,” Bagley can be heard telling the employees during the altercation as she was leaving the restaurant.
Peguero hopped back over the counter to follow Bagley out but then decided to go back for more.
“You know what? You know what?” Peguero can be heard saying in the video before ripping the registers and monitors from the counters and hopping back over for a few more licks.
“Llama a la policia,” a woman can be heard in the background saying in Spanish, which means “call the police.”
After the second tussle, Peguero walked outside the Burger King where Bagley was waiting in a black SUV getaway car.
Bagley has an arrest history dating back to the mid-1990s for everything from prostitution, petit theft, arson and child neglect, court records show.
She’s being held in jail without bond, the Miami Herald reported.