KFC rampage lands 'gentle girl' in court

An Adelaide woman has appeared in court following a foul-mouthed rampage at a KFC.

Jarrah Ladner, 20, is facing several charges including property damage, assaulting police and resisting arrest, 7 News reports.

According to news.com.au Ladner picked up several items - including an EFTPOS machine and a receipt printer - and hurled them across the Hindley St store during her rampage, damaging one of the menu screens.

It's believed the attack began when she tried to order food and pay via bank transfer. She was declined service and immediately the attack began.

"There was no calming her down. She was psychotic," witness Andrew Moschakis said.

NZME reports after the rampage, in a Facebook post Ladner blamed her actions on alcohol and called the incident a "mistake".

"Alcohol is a drug and its time for me to make a change and go back to the gentle girl that was once me [sic]," she wrote.

"Life hasnt been an easy one and we all make mistakes nows my opportunity to turn it around and make the best life and best me I can."


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