MARTIN COUNTY, Fla. - A booze-smelling woman accused of refusing to leave KFC and of yelling obscenities at a deputy as customers pulled up to the drive through faces a misdemeanor charge, according to a recently-released arrest affidavit.
Sandra Duda, 40, was arrested on a disorderly intoxication charge following a Nov. 22 flap at the popular fried poultry eatery in the 3300 block of Northwest Federal Highway in Jensen Beach.
The KFC manager told a Martin County Sheriff's deputy about 9 p.m. that Duda tried to open the east doors while he said the inside area was closed. The manager said Duda then went to the "west employee door." She entered and began asking for food she said she paid for.
The manager told Duda she bought no food, instructing her to leave. The manager said Duda "told him she was going to fall down on the floor and sue him and as he again told her to leave she intentionally fell to the floor."
The affidavit didn't state why Duda wanted to get in KFC, which is famous for its Original Recipe and Extra Crispy chicken.
A deputy told Duda to leave, and she went out an employee door.
"Once outside the defendant began to shout obscenities at this deputy as other customers would pull up to the drive through that was still open," the affidavit states.
Smelling of alcohol, Duda wouldn't follow commands to stop shouting and to leave, the affidavit states.
Duda, listed on the affidavit as homeless, was arrested. En route to the Martin County jail, Duda banged her head against part of the interior of the deputy's vehicle, saying she "was going to say I hit her in order to sue the sheriff's office along with Kentucky Fried Chicken."
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