Published: Thu, June 28, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

California dispensary pulls products over 'Permit Patty' viral video

California dispensary pulls products over 'Permit Patty' viral video

Yet Ettel says her actions were not racially motivated. Yup, you read that correctly.

Ettel can be seen walking and ducking as the child's mother can be heard on camera confronting her.

'After seeing this video of their CEO, calling the police on an 8 year old entrepreneur selling water on a hot day, we decided without hesitation that we could no longer patronize her company, ' the dispensary said.

"This woman don't wanna let a little girl sell some water", Austin can be heard in the video, per USA Today.

And then the woman on the phone responds, "And illegally selling water without a permit?"

"It's not your property", Ettel says.

"On my property", Austin replied. Twitter users bombarded Ettel's business, and memes mocking her have been popping up like weeds - but not like the weed that she produces for dogs, partners and clients.

"In the video caption, she asked people to make the woman go viral under the hashtag "#permitpatty".

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'They want police to kill us. In another viral incident, a white man was dubbed "Jogger Joe" after he was caught on video in Oakland throwing away a black homeless man's belongings. They know what happens when they call the police.

Last month a Yale grad student called police on a classmate for napping in a common area. Those facts notwithstanding, she had the audacity to go on television and tell the world that she is now being "discriminated against". Wtf is wrong with these people. "We just thought it was the right thing to do".

Little Jordan had been selling the bottles in San Francisco recently when she was confronted by a neighbor who asked her if she had a permit, and threatened to call police.

- Timothy DeLaGhetto (@TimothyDeLaG) June 24, 2018 It's a slippery slope and gateway liquid. Jordan was on the sidewalk outside the building selling water to gather funds in order to help her mother pay for a trip to Disneyland. Have to stop this madness before it evolves into a carbonated beverage. This seems pretty run-of-the-mill for any adult who had a lemonade stand or any type of fundraiser as a child. Another 1.1 million have watched Erin's video on Instagram.

Ettel told a newspaper reporter that the girl was too loud and disturbing her work so she pretended to call police.

She says she has received thousands of hateful messages, including death threats.

"It was literally nonstop. It was every two seconds, 'Come and buy my water.' It was continuous and it wasn't a soft voice, it was screaming". "Please don't make me sound frightful".

Thankfully, there was a glimmer of goodness behind this whole terrible story. Jordan also wanted to get enough to pay for a trip to Disneyland. Any proceeds from the merchandise will be donated to a charity that supports young women of color.

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