When a woman in Mendota Heights, Minnesota, was reprimanded by her boss for being late, she allegedly reacted by hitting him five times with a metal plate.
As a result, she has not only lost her job, but now faces felony assault charges. The alleged incident happened Oct. 30, when the woman, identified as Waasohn Senite Dorliae was angry after her boss scolded her.
The victim told the accused that she would most likely not have a job the next day.
At that point, Dorliae allegedly picked up a large, one pound piece of metal and struck her boss in the face and head at least five times.
As a result, the victim suffered multiple cuts on his face, chin, and back of the head. When Dorliae's boss fell to the ground in pain, she walked away, only to turn around and strike him with the metal piece one last time in the knee, according to the complaint.
Dorliae admitted hitting her boss, but said she needed to be violent toward him because he was "discriminating," and "nit-picking" on her, CBS Minnesota reports.
Dorliae, 25, has been charged with a felony count of second-degree assault. If convicted, she faces a maximum seven years in prison and/or $14,000 fine, according to BringMeTheNews.com.