Bell Ringer Allegedly Assaulted for Saying 'Happy Holidays'

Salvation Army worker in Arizona says woman wanted a "Merry Christmas" greeting instead.
3:00 | 12/16/13

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Is unhappy holidays for Salvation Army bell ringer in Phoenix this woman -- -- have to watch would -- say when you greet people this season. Christina Mineola bell ringer outside of -- Wal-Mart didn't know she was making the wrong choice when she greeted a woman with the customary. Happy holidays. The -- that mean a acid gonna come implement in a candle. She came up to me and she said do you believe in god she faithful say -- -- -- and that's where she hit me. At a loss for words. Mineola told the manager about the punch -- her arm manager then called the cops but the police said there was -- evidence to arrest the woman. Besides taking legal action in -- let's not sure what to do the Salvation Army says it doesn't have a policy on what its bell ringers should say.

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