By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

DOLTON, Ill. (CBS) — Protesters lined up Thursday evening outside a Shell gas station in Dolton, demanding that it be shut down for good.

The protesters are also demanding justice for a woman who was attacked and beaten by one of the employees of the gas station at Sibley Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue in the south suburb.

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You saw the disturbing video first in Jermont Terry’s report on the CBS 2 News at 10 p.m. Wednesday. Nakeyah Smith said she was just trying to use the bathroom when the attendant locked the front door and would not let her leave.

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“So I started to unlock the door. He pushed me. I push him back,” Smith said. “So I continued to let myself out and he started hitting me.”

The man how since turned himself over to police.

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Protesters said the owners of the gas station owe the community an apology after finding out others had complained about the worker in the past.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff