Woman Pushes McDonald’s Employee Into Fryer Over Wrong Order [VIDEO]

Police are searching for an unknown woman that pushed a 17-year-old McDonald’s employee into a fryer after receiving the wrong order.

By austind03 on March 27, 2018
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If you ever get the wrong order at McDonald’s, this is definitely not the way to handle it.

According to The Shade Room, an unknown woman is the current subject of a police investigation after she attacked a McDonald’s employee.

Surveillance footage shows the woman walk into the restaurant and head into the kitchen. While confronting an employee, the woman pushed a 17-year-old employee into a fryer, causing the girl to fall to down. The woman then presumably left the fast food joint.

So what was the reason behind this attack?

The woman reportedly ordered a bacon biscuit sandwich……. but got a sausage biscuit instead.

As Glendale Police Officer Todd Lynch explained:

“Instead of acting like most people would act, she lost it.”

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TSR Staff: Kyle Anfernee Instagram: @Kyle.Anfernee #Roommates, it’s never this serious over no breakfast sandwich. Police are looking for a woman who is being accused of putting the paws on a McDonald’s worker after receiving the wrong order. ___________________________________ According to ABC 7, surveillance footage shows the suspect pushing the 17-year-old worker into the fryer, causing her to fall to the ground. ___________________________________ Police said that the woman was pissed after she ordered a bacon biscuit sandwich, but got a sausage biscuit instead. "Instead of acting like most people would act, she lost it," Glendale Officer Todd Lynch said. ___________________________________ Y’all McDonald’s employees be safe out there!

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There is no word on how the victim is doing, but we wish her the best.

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