Woman launches Facebook attack on restaurant after fellow diner (57) 'ruined' her New Year's Eve meal by having a heart attack in the bar
Holly Jones launched an attack on the Facebook page of a restaurant because her New Year's Eve night was 'ruined' when a fellow diner suffered from a heart attack while she was enjoying her night out.
The hairdresser from Indiana in the US complained about "a dead person being wheeled out from an overdose’".
Holly Jones went online to slam staff at Kilroy's Bar N' Grill in Indianapolis, after she said staff told her 'someone dying was more important then (sic) us'.
She believed the woman was a '"junkie" having an overdose, and criticised waiters for not giving them the service she desired as they went to her aid.
However, she was unaware that the woman was 57 and had fallen ill during a meal out with her husband.
The woman had to be treated on the bar floor by paramedics and is expected to survive.
Manager Chris Burton's response to Jones on Facebook, saying her behavior was 'disgusting' and has since received thousands of positive messages from around the world.
He added that police officers had to come in and wait by Jones' table until her party had paid their bill.
Jones has deleted her Facebook profile and has complained to Burton, saying she didn't post the message.
However, she has still demanded an apology from the bar, claiming they should have had more respect for her as she was eating with firefighters and veterans, even though someone with her that night called in to apologise.