A Fort Worth waitress is recovering after being attacked with a stun gun -- allegedly by a co-worker.
As of Saturday night police were still trying to catch the suspected attacker, Kathleen Bennett.
It happened at Cabaret North, a strip club in Fort Worth.
Police say Bennett, a dancer at the club, got into an argument with Jennifer McReynolds, a waitress there.
The manager of the club says he fired Bennett when she wouldn't calm down. She was asked to pack up her stuff, he says, and as she was leaving she allegedly walked up to McReynolds from behind and shocked her with a stun gun. Police say McReynolds went to fight back and was stunned twice more, in the face.
"It felt like every muscle in my body seized up and I couldn't move," she said. "I couldn't breathe. I couldn't speak."
A club manager said he broke it up and took away the stun gun, but Bennett ran out and drove off before police arrived.
Police have her license plate number and other identifying information.
McReynolds has visible bruises across her nose and under her eye. She also says she has marks on her back from the stun gun.
On Saturday night McReynolds was up and moving around. She plans to press charges, but won't let the incident keep her from going back to work.