"What I'm here to do right now is to get justice for my 58-year-old mother, my 21-year-old daughter, that had acetone thrown on them and got beat with sticks like they are in the 1960s", Abby Moses, the mother of 21-year-old Christina Thomas-the customer involved in the fracas-said at the protest, according to the Times.
Police attended the scene and arrested a salon worker along with one of the customers on Friday night - however it remains unclear as to which one. Huiyue Zheng, 32, was charged with assault and weapon possession, the Post reports. Cops say she was released following a hearing in Brooklyn Criminal Court.
The video has been viewed more than 200,000 times.
The crazed worker then starts beating the customer with a broomstick as she tries to calm the situation.
Zhing was hospitalized with visible injuries to her face and body, and Thomas refused medical attention, according to police.
Tesla shares rise 11 percent after Musk's shocking tweet
He apologized for the comments last week in Tesla's latest conference call , saying "there's no excuse for bad manners". Tesla stock over the past year has traded as high as $390 per share, and as low as $245 per share.
The customers also received pedicures at the salon.
Dozens of protestors gathered outside the salon Monday afternoon demanding the business be closed, and asking that locals take their business elsewhere.
Michael Lin, manager of New Red Apple Nails, told NBC that he called the cops when Thomas refused to pay for the eyebrow job.
The protester was in a crowd of about 50 people when he launched a bottle that struck a detective in the head at Martense Street and Nostrand Avenue at about 2:30 p.m. on Monday, according to police.
The ordeal has also sparked protests against the nail salon.
Meanwhile, surveillance video obtained by the New York Daily News showed an employee walking up to two women with two fellow staffers standing behind him - both of them holding brooms. "Anytime a store doesn't respect us, we're going to shut it down".