A hairstylist set off a firestorm on Facebook after she allegedly complained about her bill being "messed up" at Kilroy's Bar N' Grill in Indianapolis, where she and her friends were celebrating New Year’s Eve.
The woman, identified by the Daily Mail as Holly Jones, reportedly wrote a scathing review on the restaurant's Facebook page, which went viral.
"I will never go back to this location for New Year's Eve!!!" the review stated. "After the way we were treated when we spent $700+ and having our meal ruined by watching a dead person being wheeled out from an overdose my night has been ruined!!!"
The review went on to refer to the person who supposedly died as a "Junkie."
The alleged "Junkie" who died "from an overdose" was actually a 57-year-old woman who had suffered a heart attack. Paramedics went into the bar to give her aid and then took her to the hospital.
Restaurant manager Chris Burton told Jones on Facebook that he was glad she was never coming back to the eatery because she was "cold hearted and nasty."
While Burton was praised on the web, Jones was vilified and has since removed her Facebook page (and her original post went with it).
Jones now says that she never posted the message on Facebook, but is still demanding that the bar apologize because she was dining with firefighters and veterans. However, someone from her party called the bar to apologize.
Numerous people have called for the Serenity Salon in Indianapolis, Indiana, to fire Jones.
Serenity Salon responded to the calls on its Facebook page on Jan. 3.
"The posting to Kilroy’s Facebook page, allegedly by one of our Booth Rent Stylist, in no way represents the views of Serenity Salon or any of our staff," the post read, in part. "We are saddened by the events that took place that evening and will continue to pray for the women who suffered a heart attack at this establishment on New Year’s Eve ... Serenity Salon will deal with this matter internally and take whatever actions deemed necessary."
The salon reportedly contributed $500 to a GoFundMe page that was set up by the heart attack victim's daughter, Tohnna Wymer, to help pay for her mother's medical bills.