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Suspects allegedly punch, body-slam Sonic manager over jalapeno mix-up

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The manager of a Sonic fast-food restaurant in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is recovering from injuries he sustained after two disgruntled customers allegedly became violent because their order had been prepared incorrectly.

Just before 7:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, Quantaurius Simmons, Andres "Bri" Brisco, and two other individuals arrived at the drive-thru of a Sonic located about 10 miles south of downtown Tulsa. Simmons and Brisco ordered a hot dog and a side of jalapeno poppers. Instead, however, they received a hot dog with jalapeno toppings.

The misunderstanding apparently enraged the pair, and Simmons began arguing with one of the store employees. The argument reportedly became so heated that a manager, whose name has not been released, attempted to intervene.

At some point, Simmons allegedly exited his vehicle and attempted to enter the building, which is restricted to employees only. The manager barred Simmons from entering the facility, so Simmons reportedly grabbed the manager and began wailing on him with his fists.

"Simmons then dragged the manager outside, punched him numerous times, then body slammed the manager onto the ground and kept punching him some more," said a statement from Tulsa police.

At that point, Brisco, still fuming over the jalapeno mix-up, supposedly joined in the attack, though her participation was hardly helpful. According to police, "she ended up hitting the other suspect more than she hit the victim." Police also claimed that the entire incident was captured on surveillance footage, though that footage has not been released to the public.

After police arrived, the manager was transported to the hospital, where he was treated for "several injuries." His current condition remains unknown.

The suspects must have left the scene because police later tracked them down at a nearby apartment complex and arrested them. Both Simmons and Brisco have been charged with aggravated assault and battery.

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