Frances Slyman Allegedly Assaults Super Market Employee With Special Cuts Of Meat
Frances Slyman, 44, was arrested for assault after she allegedly chucked a pair of “special cut filets” at a grocery store employee, the Smoking Gun reports.
The Ohio woman was at the butcher’s counter at the Giant Eagle store in Brunswick on Feb. 8 when she asked for two filets, thinly sliced for her and her dieting husband, Fox8 reports.
Slyman told police that the grocery employee, 64-year-old Alzbeta Barath, made a derogatory comment about her husband’s weight after she placed her order. Police say Slyman then removed the cellophane wrap from the steaks and threw them at Barath, striking her in the eye and on the shoulder, according to the Medina Gazette.
Barath reportedly declined medical treatment for the meat attack. Slyman was later released from jail