Waffle House on Buford Hwy was turnt 🧇 pic.twitter.com/Zxi2Wpd2Ew
— ATL Uncensored (@ATLUncensored) September 5, 2021
An employee at a Waffle House outside Atlanta tossed out a man who was arguing with other customers, serving up a brutal takedown in the process, wild video shows.
The footage, which went viral on Twitter after being posted early Sunday, shows a man in an orange T-shirt arguing with women at a counter as another person laughs at a Waffle House on Buford Highway in Georgia.
“Waffle House on Buford Hwy was turnt,” a caption reads.
One woman put her hand in front of the male customer’s face as they argued at the counter. A second woman then joined the squabble, telling him to “just be easy,” the footage shows.
The video then cuts to show a man in a Waffle House uniform dragging the male customer to the door by his shirt collar before they furiously trade punches.
At one point, the Waffle House worker sends the man to the ground before he regains his footing as the 39-second clip posted by ATL Uncensored ends.
Twitter users, meanwhile, had a field day with the footage, including one who said Waffle House employees are the “undefeated heavyweight champions” of the world.
“Waffle House employee training program must come with self-defense lessons cause they don’t ever lose a fight,” another tweet read.
One person even insisted the fight was “way better” than any other recently televised boxing matches.
“That guy who got whooped by the Waffle House employee got his a— scattered, smothered and covered,” another tweet read.
It’s unclear exactly where the fight took place. Waffle House’s website lists four locations on Buford Highway in metro Atlanta, including in Doraville, Norcross and Cumming.
An Atlanta police spokeswoman told The Post Monday that the footage depicted a Waffle House outside of the department’s jurisdiction, referring additional inquiries to Chamblee or Gwinnett County police.
A woman who answered Waffle House’s media line said no one was available to comment on the footage, saying corporate offices were closed due to the Labor Day holiday.