Brooms fly after botched eyebrow job causes brawl

SEE IT Viral video shows wild assault and melee in Brooklyn nail salon

People gathered outside the New Red Apple Nails in East Flatbush were angry that employees went after a woman who allegedly complained about an eyebrow service and refused to pay.

Police attended the scene and arrested a salon worker along with one of the customers on Friday night - however it remains unclear as to which one.

So Lin says he called police, and that's when a fight started to break out between the workers and customers, who were black. The workers take broomsticks and pummel the women. According News12, Zheng Hiuyue is facing charges of assault, menacing, and criminal possession of a weapon. Christina Thomas, the 35-year-old customer, was charged with misdemeanor assault and also released on her own recognizance, the Post reports.

A harrowing video showing a group of nail salon employees attacking a black family in Brooklyn, New York has gone viral with many calling for the establishment to be shut down.

Activist Jasmine Johnson, who posted video and photos of the protest to Facebook, said one of the employees threw acetone, which is used in nail polish remover, at the women. The young lady paid for her feet/nails but refused to pay for her eyebrows because she was unsatisfied.

There was a brawl inside a Brooklyn, New York, nail salon over the weekend in which one patron was struck with a broom handle.

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'That's my grandmother, stop, ' the granddaughter yells - and the onslaught begins to calm down as the woman shouts: 'Call the cops!'

The Brooklyn District Attorney's Office says prosecutors are examining more video evidence and may alter the charges.

"I'm expecting justice, but most of all I'm expecting black people to learn that when these business don't respect you, you don't spend your money with them", one protester, Tionna Smalls, told ABC7 NY.

The ordeal has also sparked protests against the nail salon.

Hours earlier, officers had to do the same thing back at 1426 Nostrand Ave. and helped employees get through protesters to safety.

"We don't need to protest, we need to financially castrate this business".

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