A New York City grandmother had some words for the woman who robbed her Sunday, September 11. “I couldn’t catch her,” 86-year-old Bernice Starnes told PIX 11 News. “I wanted to catch her and beat the sh*t out of her.
“I’d like to put a bullet through her brains and feed it to the animals,” she added. “I hope that they beat her ass, (I hope) some of the women in prison beat her ass everyday for (as) long as he’s in there.”
Adrianne Terry, 37, was arrested for allegedly grabbing Starnes’ purse while she sat outside her home in her wheelchair. Terry made off with about $115, along with Starnes’ bank card.
“She came up to me and I said, ‘Good morning,'” Starnes recalled. “She said, ‘Oh, it is a good morning,’ then grabbed my pocketbook and started to run.” Starnes continued, “She wanted to hurt me. And the b*tch don’t even know me.”
And when the PIX news reporter suggested that perhaps Starnes sounded a bit “harsh,” she snapped “Well, so what? What she did to me was even worse! I’m supposed to feel sorry for that b*tch? I don’t.“
When Barnes was told Terry was arrested, she said: “[I hope] she’ll stay there for the rest of her freakin’ life.”
Well then. Nana has spoken.
SOURCE: PIX 11 News | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Twitter