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A 20-year-old man allegedly punched a California burger worker so hard she lost an eye while trying to stop him from harassing a special needs child.

Isaac White-Carter of Hayward was charged Monday with felony maiming and aggravated assault causing grievous bodily injury, Antioch police said on their Facebook page.

Police received calls about an assault at The Habit Burger in the San Francisco Bay Area around 5:30 p.m. 12th of November.

Bianca Palomera

Bianca Palomera, 19, was working when she noticed four men harassing a special needs boy, the brother of one of her co-workers, who she waited until she finished her shift.

She told KNTV that one of the men, later identified as White-Carter, was hurling insults and threatening to hit the boy because he was looking in his direction.


Isaac White-Carter allegedly fled The Habit Burger after the vicious attack.

Bianca Palomera, a 19-year-old fast food worker, lost an eye after being attacked for protecting a child with special needs.

Shocking surveillance video captured the moment the woman was beaten during an ensuing fight.

“She hit me once, and my headphones and glasses flew out of my face,” Palomera told KNTV.

The fierce attack caused him serious injuries that caused him to lose his right eye.

“This is the last thing I would have expected from anything,” Palomera said last month. “I do not fully regret having helped, intervened. It could have been worse for my coworker’s brother.”

Antioch police said they were assisted by the US Marshals Service in tracking down the suspect, who was arrested in Hayward and turned over to the local department.

Detectives will present their case to the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office for prosecution, police said.

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