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Man Goes Crazy, Punches McDonald's Manager For One Reason And One Reason Only

A man got into a heated argument with McDonald's employees when he wasn't satisfied with his service. The Texas man apparently didn't get his French fries in a timely manner. After verbally berating the manager, the man jumped over the counter and punched the manager in the face. The scene was captured on video by a bystander.

The unnamed young man walked into an El Paso McDonald's with a large, gray dog on a leash, and when his fries didn't come quickly enough, things got heated. Alfredo Sanchez, a bystander who was dining with a friend in the restaurant, began recording on his phone when the disgruntled customer began shouting.

When Sanchez started filming, the man had just started to yell. He let go of the dog's leash, and the terrified dog quickly walked to the other side of the restaurant and sat down next to the door. Sanchez then caught the man at the counter on film as he whipped off his shirt to reveal his muscles and began taunting the McDonald's employees.

The man jumped over the counter and confronted the manager. The employees quickly gathered around and tried to block the man from getting any closer. The screaming man only became more irate and he punched the manager in the face.

Police arrived and took the shirtless man into custody. Sanchez told police he recorded the entire incident. Sanchez's friend tended to the poor dog, who rolled over on the floor for a comforting belly rub.

Police removed the man, though it is unclear if he's been arrested or charged with any crimes. Police also chastised Sanchez for filming the incident and getting involved, even though the officers asked him if they could see his video.

Fast food workers frequently have to deal with irate customers. In June, a drunk woman and two male friends went into a Des Moines, Iowa restaurant for McChicken sandwiches. The crowded restaurant made the woman wait longer than she would have liked. When they finally served her, she threw the sandwich back at the employee, jumped over the counter and attacked the fast food worker.

In another incident, a woman flew into a fury because a McDonald's worker at the drive thru window told her that they didn't serve Chicken McNuggets at 10:30 a.m. The woman began screaming and growling like a tiger, telling the worker, "Don't make me assume my ultimate form!"

She then got out of her car and tried to fight the worker through the window. When they managed to close the window on her, she pounded on it and ultimately threw things from her car through it, breaking the safety glass.

Another woman called 911 on her local McDonald's because her nuggets took too long, and she demanded that she get them for free. When the manager refused to comp the snack, she flew into a rage.

The McDonald's ultimately did return her money, but police made the woman return the nuggets to them.

Source: NY Daily News
Photo: Facebook

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