Drive-thru worker Sky Juliette Samuel ‘smeared period blood on burger of customer with a bad attitude’
Sky Juliette Samuel

Police say they arrested a drive-thru employee after she was accused of smearing menstrual blood and saliva on the burger of a customer she thought had a bad attitude.

Sky Juliette Samuel, 18, was working the late shift at Jack's Family Restaurant in Columbus, Mississippi earlier this month when police suspect she committed the unsanitary act.

A colleague claims they saw Samuel, 18, put her hands down her pants before smearing her finger on the burger bun after she’d had an argument with a customer over the intercom on January 7 around 10.20pm.

Ms Samuel surrendered to police over the accusations on Friday and has since been rleased on bail.

In a Facebook post, the mom-of-one from Mississippi said: ‘The b***h shouldn’t have gotten smart n said all s**t she said over intercom.’

The woman who allegedly received a side of menstrual blood with her food ordered a Sprite and a Big Jack, the southern fast food chain’s ‘signature burger,’ which is describes as ‘a big, juicy beef patty stacked up with pickles, onions, lettuce and tomato’.

The mother of the witness went public with the accusation three days later

Samuel's female coworker sent these texts shortly after the alleged incident

Samuel's female coworker sent these texts shortly after the alleged incident

Samuel was employed at the Jack's Family Restaurant in Columbus, Mississippi when police suspect she smeared menstrual blood and saliva on a customer's hamburger Samuel was arrested on Friday and faces up to five years in jail for 'knowingly selling unwholesome bread or drink,' a felony in Mississippi

Service with a smile: Samuel was employed at the Jack's Family Restaurant in Columbus, Mississippi where police suspect she smeared menstrual blood and saliva on a customer's hamburger. Pictured right in her police mugshot

She is no longer employed by Jacks (Picture: Jacks)

An employee’s mother posted a Facebook status warning people in the area about the reported incident:

On January 21, police issued a warrant for the arrest of Ms Samuels on the grounds of ‘knowingly selling unwholesome bread or drink’.

Jack’s Family Restaurant said they fully supported the police investigation and had also hired a third-party investigator following the alleged incident.

She no longer works at the restaurant.

The Mississippi Health Department are also looking into the claims.

Samuel allegedly had a row with the customer (Picture: Facebook)

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By Lena Sullivan 01/28/2017 09:27:00