Brooklyn nail salon workers beat customer over ‘botched’ eyebrow


The customer said she paid something, but the store's owner said she refused to pay any of the money she owed.

Video of the attack was posted to social media and prompted protests outside the salon on Monday.

That same night, a woman named Mercy Maduka posted video footage of the fight on Facebook.

She also expressed her anger that the salon staff were "hitting [the women] like animals". After the group refused the $5 fee for the service, employees blocked the entrance and held down one of the women. A bystander not involved in the brawl took the video. It is unclear which party started the fight. In it, the nail salon workers get into a fight with two customers.

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The video has been viewed more than 200,000 times. Maduka, who originally posted the video, wrote on Facebook, "Share this cause the cops made a decision to arrest the black people but not the Chinese people who ganged up on them".

Police on Monday confirmed the incident resulted in two arrests.

Huiyue Zheng, 32, was charged with assault and weapon possession, reported the NY Post. She allegedly beat customer Christina Thomas with a broom, causing a laceration to Thomas' neck and injuring her back. Christina Thomas, who Zheng allegedly struck with a broomstick, also faces assault charges. She apparently punched and slapped someone, dragging them over the floor.

But Thomas' mother, Abby Moses, told WCBS/Channel 2, that after they complained about the wax, the owner intervened and the situation worsened.

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Over the weekend, Johnson organized a demonstration in front of the salon.

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

The video was originally posted on Facebook by the witness.

The Facebook and Yelp pages for New Red Apple Nail have been flooded with angry comments.

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"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.