A Louisiana gas station employee was fired after a disheartening video emerged of her throwing a huge bucket of water at a homeless man in freezing 26 degree temperatures.

The concerned employee at the convenience shop, 44-year-old Kasey Young, uploaded the video. On December 26, the horrific incident took place at the Triple S Food Mart on Foster Drive in Baton Rouge.

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Who is Kasey Young?

Kasey Young is a Louisiana resident, who worked at the Triple S Food Mart. She recently made news after a video went viral of her throwing water at a homeless person.

Young is seen in the opening of the video circling the store’s exterior while holding a bucket. A man’s voice can be heard walking alongside her, recording the action. 

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Young yells, “Move!” after she throws the water. “Not telling y’all again. Move it! Clean this s*** the f*** up,” she added. Young is answered with the words “I’m doing it!” by a voice.

She continues, ”I’m sick of this s***. Y’all got my whole f****ing floor looking like a…”  Another homeless individual is instructed to leave the parking lot by the man’s voice.

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Abdul Muflahi, the owner of the store, publicly announced Young’s termination on December 27. ”When I got the news, I didn’t speak to the employee too much. All I told her was to leave the property because we do not handle situations like that,” he said.

An employee of the Triple S Food Mart informed WAFB that Young was known for feeding the local homeless people and that on the particular morning, she had simply lost her temper.

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Local activists declared in a different statement that the homeless woman ”will not be sleeping on the streets tonight. The white store employee, Kasey Young, has been fired and charges filed for simple battery that she will receive a summons for.”