Police in Framingham, Massachusetts, say a woman is facing an assault charge after she allegedly threw a metal sign while she was upset over her pizza's cost, striking a child in the face.
Framingham Police say Iesha Davis, 36, was at Framingham Sub Shop & Pizza and picked up a pizza she ordered Wednesday.
An employee told police Davis came back in screaming profanities because she wanted chicken on the pizza and was told it would cost extra.
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She then allegedly threw a metal sign, which struck the girl, the employee's daughter, in the face.
The girl suffered a scratch on her face.
Davis left the area, but was later arrested at her home on Cordaville Road.
She was arraigned Thursday and released on $100 bail. She is due back in court on July 15. It was not immediately clear if she had an attorney.