An Ashland, Massachusetts, woman was arrested Thursday after police said she lost her temper about having to pay more than she expected for a pizza deal, injuring the restaurant owner’s 11-year-old daughter in the process.


Iesha Davis, 36, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon after the incident at Framingham Sub Shop & Pizza, reported.


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When Davis arrived to pick up her pizza, police said she insisted chicken be added to her order. Police say Davis became angry when the employee informed her the added chicken was not included in the advertised $17.99 deal and would cost extra.


The employee told police Davis began screaming and swearing in front of several children in the shop, and was asked to stop because she was scaring them. In response, police said Davis then threw a sign showing the advertised deal, hitting the employee’s 11-year-old daughter in the face.

The sign left a scratch running from the girl’s eye to her hairline, CBS Boston reported.

Davis was released on $100 bail and ordered to stay away from the restaurant, and the young girl, according to CBS.