Michael Lin, manager of the store, told ABC7 that he decided he wouldn't charge the women the $5 for the eyebrow wax, but the pair of customers argued they already paid for the pedicure, even though workers at the nail salon disagreed.
The cell phone video, which was posted to Facebook Friday, showed people in aprons grabbing a woman's shirt before another person started hitting her with a long object that looked like a broom handle as she tried to leave the salon.
"Hitting them like animals", she said.
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Reportedly an employee, Huiyue Zheng, is facing charges of menacing, assault, harassment, and possession of a weapon. Both were released pending a court appearance.
Thomas was also arrested and charged with assault, menacing, and harassment.
The clip has been viewed over 200,000 times..
In video posted online, you can see employees using broomsticks to beat a woman and chase her out of the store. Nail salon worker Li Lin claims that Thomas punched and slapped her in the face, and dragged her on the floor, causing lacerations to the face and substantial neck pain.
Prosecutors were reviewing additional evidence and may later alter those charges, the station reported.
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A demonstrator chucked a beer bottle at a police officer during a protest outside the nail salon where a "racially charged" melee took place, cops said Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Facebook page for New Red Apple Nail salon has been flooded with negative reviews and backlash over the incident.
Meanwhile, surveillance video obtained by the New York Daily News showed an employee walking up to two women with two fellow staffers standing behind him - both of them holding brooms.
According to News12, the salon closed for the rest of the day.
"We don't need to protest, we need to financially castrate this business".
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