This Tastes Weird: Woman Popped For Attempted Murder After Lacing Starbucks Orange Juice Bottles With Rubbing Alcohol

- By Bossip Staff Categories: News, Random Ridiculousness, SMH

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This chick was trying to take somebody OUT…

Woman Arrested After Lacing Starbuck Orange Juice With Rubbing Alcohol

Starbucks customers in California came very close to getting a potentially lethal “surprise” with their purchase when a crazed woman was caught putting orange juice laced with a large amount of rubbing alcohol into the Starbucks refrigerator.

via Yahoo News

A California woman faces attempted murder charges after police say she tried to sneak orange juice bottles spiked with a lethal amount of rubbing alcohol inside a Starbucks.

San Jose Police arrested Ramineh Behbehanian, 50, late Monday.

A customer reported seeing the woman take two bottles of orange juice from her bag and place them in an open-air refrigerated display case at a Starbucks in San Jose around 3:45 p.m., Sgt. Jason Dwyer said Tuesday.

When the customer told a store manager what he saw, Behbehanian fled.

A store employee followed Behbehanian to the parking lot and jotted down her license plate number as she drove off. Other employees called 911 after noticing the bottles had a toxic smell, Dwyer said.

Firefighters on the scene tested the contents and determined that the bottles contained a “lethal quantity” of isopropyl rubbing alcohol mixed with the juice, Dwyer said.

No one drank from the bottles, said Dwyer, who praised the customer’s quick actions.

What in all the hell? It’ll be interesting to hear what the motive was for this looney-bin broad. We’ll keep you posted.

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