Woman Spreads Holiday Cheer By Assaulting Salvation Army Worker For Not Saying ‘Merry Christmas’

'Tis the season

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More like holiday jeer.

A Salvation Army worker was accosted Monday for trying to avoid any Christmas controversy by wishing people “Happy Holidays,” ABC reports. Kristina Vindiola said a woman punched her while she was ringing a kettle bell and collecting money for the Salvation Army charity outside a Walmart in Phoenix, Ariz. The woman asked Vindiola if she believed in God before correcting her, “You’re supposed to say Merry Christmas,” followed by the physical attack.

Police said there was not enough evidence to arrest the woman, but here’s to hoping the Grinch finds coal beneath her tree.