The attack on a customer burned by hot grease at the Hueytown Arby's was unprovoked, her attorney said Tuesday. The victim, a woman in her 30s, tried to order milkshakes at the drive-thru intercom, and received no answer, said attorney Ryan Canon of Morris Bart & Associates. The victim then pulled up to the window, and tried to place the order, when manager Shea Peoples responded with "choice words," culminating in the attack, Canon says. Police say the woman suffered second degree burns across her body. Canon says she underwent another surgery Tuesday at UAB Hospital, and remains in significant pain. Peoples, who was fired, is charged with first-degree assault. The victim is suing Peoples and Arby's.