The Greenville Advocate : Troy University students Kelsey Wilkes and Luke Sharp were at the Waffle House near McDonald’s early Sunday morning when a woman, identified by Troy police as Erika Raynell Chambers, 21, of Luverne, became irate over the length of time it took to receive her order. “It was crazy,” Sharp recounted. “This girl got mad about her cheese omelet not being served in a timely fashion. She first came in there and she had a bag of Krystal’s with her, which I thought was rude to begin with,” Wilkes said. The friends said usual Waffle House customers expect a bit of a wait when they visit the restaurant late on Saturdays or early on Sundays since Troy is a college town. When the incident happened close to 4 a.m. Sunday, there were about six tables full of customers and people sitting at the bar area. After about 30 minutes of wait time, Wilkes and Sharp said the woman began to get loud and yell at employees. She then threw a stapler at a cook, they said. “She picked up a ketchup bottle and threw it at the woman calling the cops,” Sharp said. “She said police don’t scare me. Then she threw a hot sauce bottle that shattered one of the lights above the bar,” Wilkes added. “It went all over another female customer.” And the situation escalated even further when the woman and her friend went behind the bar into the employee area.