Videos of the Day: Taco Bell Employee Refused to Serve English-Speaking Woman

September 18, 2018 Updated: September 19, 2018

The Florida Taco Bell worker who didn’t serve a woman because she didn’t speak Spanish, which went viral in a video, was fired, the company confirmed in several media reports.

In the video, shot in Hialeah, Alexandria Montgomery and the employee, who said her name was Luisa, engaged in an argument for several minutes before Montgomery drove away.

“I’m trying to order and she tell me I can’t order because she don’t speak English. Who’s wrong? What did I do wrong?” she said in the video. Luisa then tells her that no one in the store speaks English.

“That doesn’t mean nothing, ‘Because this is Hialeah,'” Montgomery said. “This is America!”

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Volunteers Rescued at Least 26 Dogs in North Carolina

Six dogs were locked up in an outdoor cage in Leland, North Carolina, during Hurricane Florence. The water level was rising rapidly so some started to stand on their hind legs, and some were howling and whimpering, hopelessly worrying for their lives.

Their owners were forced to evacuate but might have forgotten about them. They might have all drown if no one had found them in time.

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Man Tells Girl to Steal Prizes From Inside Vending Machine Game

Police are looking for a man who appeared to use a little girl to steal prizes from a vending machine game at the Mall in Rockingham Park in Salem, New Hampshire on the night of Sept. 15.

The man was caught on video working with a toddler who climbed inside the Key Master machine from the bottom prize door and pushed out prizes.

Witnesses, who spoke with police, said the suspect looked Hispanic with a beard in his 20s or 30s, wearing a Sig Saucer baseball cap, a navy blue T-shirt, dark green shorts, and an Under Armor belt.

Video credit: Salem NH Police Department

Man Arrested After Video Shows Him Walking on Yellowstone National Park Geyser

A man was arrested after video footage of him walking on Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park emerged.

Video footage shot by bystanders as well as footage captured on the park’s webcams captured the illegal act, as walking near the geyser is forbidden.

“We take these cases very seriously,” Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk said in a statement.

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