Kennesaw, Georgia: Police Charge Woman Who Removed Clothes, Attacked Customers at Waffle House

Kennesaw, Georgia: Police Charge Woman Who Removed Clothes, Attacked Customers at Waffle House

KENNESAW, GEORGIA – Police said that Jennifer Nicholson took off her clothes, punched a woman and threw a plate at the restaurant’s window. She is facing assault and public indecency charges.

A woman is facing several charges after going on a rampage at a Waffle House restaurant in Kennesaw, all while completely naked.

The incident happened January 8 around 10:30 p.m. at the location on George Busbee Parkway.

According to police, the woman, identified as Jennifer Nicholson, stripped off her clothes, punched a woman in the face and then threw a plate at a window. She also threw several platters at patrons of the restaurant.

When police tried to subdue Nicholson, she fought back, scratching an officer.

The woman who was punched sustained a broken nose in the attack.

Nicholson is facing several assault and public indecency charges.

She’s currently being held in the Cobb County Jail.

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