MY PLEASURE: Chick-Fil-A worker goes viral for tackling carjacker who stole keys from woman with a baby ๐Ÿ˜ค
ยท ยท Sep 15, 2022 ยท

This Chick-Fil-A employee in Fort Walton Beach may have just secured his spot as Employee of the Month in September, as well as a commendation from the city of Fort Walton Beach.




The CFA employee just darted over and tackled the robber to the ground, then put him in a headlock and subdued him.

I'm sorry, but it's enjoyable to see criminals get instant comeuppance like this.

From the New York Post:

The office said 43-year-old William Branch ran up to the woman as she was taking her infant out of her car in the parking lot on Beal Parkway.

He allegedly demanded she hand over her keys, while wielding a stick, the sheriff's office said.

Branch, of DeFuniak Springs, allegedly stole the keys right from the waistband of the woman's pants, opened her car door and stepped inside.

The woman yelled out and the unnamed employee ran over, according to the sheriff.

Branch allegedly punched the worker in the face, but that didn't stop him.

Dramatic video from the scene shows the employee and Branch rolling on the pavement of the parking lot while the woman holding her baby screams for someone to help.

The Chick-fil-A worker pushed Branch to the ground and gets him in a headlock as his coworkers rush over to help hold him down, the video shot by a witness shows.

Branch can then be seen sitting on the pavement while the employee holds down on his shoulder to keep him down...

The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office arrested Branch at the scene and charged him with carjacking with a weapon and battery.

This young champ is making slightly over minimum wage at a fast-food chicken place, but he considered it his duty to risk life and limb to help a young mom who was being robbed.

That is a level of customer service like none other.

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