Warsaw, NC — A community is outraged and a boycott is currently being organized against Waffle House, after yet another incident of alleged police brutality has been captured on video at one of the restaurants. This time, the victim was Anthony Wall who just took his 16-year-old little sister to prom.
According to Wall, he and his sister had gone to prom and then stopped at Waffle House to grab a bite to eat. Wall says he got into a verbal argument with wait staff at the restaurant who then called police.
The officer who responded to the call was officer Frank Moss, who happens to be the most massive cop on the force.
As the video shows, Wall is not violent at all as Moss throws him around, grabs him by the throat, and lifts him off the ground, before throwing the 22-year-old to the pavement and putting all of his weight on top of him.
Wall only began to "resist" when he feared for his life because he couldn't breathe and thought he would die.
"I was pretty much trying to scream for air and trying to breathe because he was holding my throat and that's when I got aggressive with him because you are choking me," said Wall.
During the altercation, Wall was injured after being choked and slammed to the ground by the massive officer. He suffered a back injury and abrasions.