Beef Beatdown: Ohio Woman Arrested For Using 10-Pound Meat ‘Log’ To Assault Woman

A Tuesday afternoon showdown at a Euclid, Ohio Walmart boiled over as two women found themselves in a war of words, including one combatant telling the other that she would “beat her ass,” which quickly escalated into a violent attack with a 10-pound meat log, according to police.

The South Euclid Police Department reports that officers were dispatched to the Walmart “potato chip aisle, for a disturbance between two women.” That’s where officers determined that one woman had a protection order against the other and that there was a prior beef between these two.

According to the police report, the two made eye contact inside the Walmart, and that’s when one woman threatened to “beat her ass” and made the same claim to the woman’s 7-year-old daughter. That’s when the threatened woman pulled down her COVID mask and spit at her opponent.

Oh hell yes, it was ON.

Cops say the spit missed, but the woman was able to grab a “10-pound log of prepackaged meat” and clubbed her opponent with the all-nature ground beef. Eventually, order was restored, and cops hauled away an unnamed 25-year-old who had a five-year-old child with her while the meat assault was going down.

“A criminal history check revealed a history of violent behavior and multiple warrants out for her arrest. It is unknown as to what initially led to the beef between the two women,” the South Euclid Police Department said in a statement.


Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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