‘I Have A Right To My Pizza!’: Karen Claims Medical Exemption From Mask Policy During Viral Meltdown




A Washington woman is going viral after she was caught on video having a temper tantrum inside a Kennewick pizza joint after refusing to comply with the store’s face mask policy.

“Yet another Karen incident in Kennewick Washington,” the video’s uploader wrote on Facebook. “My dad encountered these idiots today at Papa Murphy’s.”

“Hey, hey, hey, you are too close to me,” a customer warns the woman after she yelled at employees who refused to serve her without a mask. “You need to back up. You need to back the f*ck away from me lady.”

“You know what?” the woman says.

“What Karen? What Karen?” he responds.


The woman then claimed to be medically-exempt from the state’s mask mandate because she has a disability, saying, “I don’t give a f*ck because I have a right to my pizza. I have a right to get my order. And I have a right because I have a disability actually.”

“If you get any closer you are going to have a right on that floor,” the man warns the woman.

“We have a right to refuse service to any person for any reason whatsoever,” a frustrated employee informs the woman.

“No you don’t,” she fires back at the employee.

“Yes we do!” she responds.

Employees warned the woman multiple times to leave before they called the police on her for trespassing.

As the woman continued to berate store employees, the man filming tells the camera: “Here you got another Karen. Another privileged white woman. Excuse me, no offense to y’all but this is Karen.”