When the 43-year-old manager from Buford spoke with the woman, who he said was with a church group, he said she told him she "wanted to talk to a white manager and one that spoke English clearly," according to an Oconee County Sheriff's deputy's report.
"[The manager] then stated [the woman] began to call him a Muslim and told him if he wanted to live in her country, he needed to speak clear English," the deputy wrote.
Accompanied by the deputy, the manager went to the woman's table and asked her to leave. The woman became upset and said she didn't believe she had to leave, but the deputy explained that the manager had the right to demand that she go.
Then the woman "became upset and stated I was taking the [manager's] side because he is a Muslim and a minority," according to the report. The deputy told her that had nothing to do with the matter and that she'd have to leave, which she did without further incident.