An angry McDonald’s customer allegedly destroys a till and called the store manager a “c**t” because his fast food was too slow.
Eyewitness footage shows the junk food fan allegedly raging at staff and attacking the cash register, as he shouts “I paid for my food, where’s my food!?”
The video was shared online on July 31, capturing the incident at the Bankstown McDonald’s, in Sydney, Australia.
The bearded man slaps some napkins and they go flying as he berates staff as his grub was taking too long to arrive.
The cash register smashes at the feet of staff members after he smashes it, before the female manager steps in to confront him.
She approaches him and says: “I highly suggest you leave right now.”
The man refuses to budge, and demands his money back – or his long-awaited food.
He cries: “Where’s my money, I paid for my s***, where’s my food!?”
He then slaps a straw holder off the counter.
It is unclear if the man got his grub or how the incident ended.
McDonald’s said man’s behaviour was unacceptable.
A McDonald’s spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia: “The safety and security of our people and customers is our number one priority, and we do not tolerate any form of anti-social behaviour in our restaurants, the spokeswoman said.
“Any such behaviour will be reported to the relevant authorities.”
They also cast doubt on the video’s recentness, as coronavirus rules do not appear to be being stuck to in the footage.
Other footage from July shows a McDonald’s customer launch a furious attack on a restaurant manager for reminding him to put on a face mask.
Viral footage appeared to show an enraged man force his way behind the counter and throw punches and kicks at the male fast-food worker, identified in reports as the manager and by his surname Luo.
Police confirmed a man was under investigation after the footage emerged on news sites in Hong Kong, where strict measures were this week announced to defeat a surge this month in coronavirus infections.
The man reportedly entered the fast food chain without a face covering and ordered food with a female companion.
He reportedly became angry when the staff member reminded him to put one on, Radio Television Hong Kong reported.
The footage appears to show him throwing punches before pushing the McDonald’s staffer to the ground and kicking him multiple times at the branch, which is housed in the Shan King Commercial Centre in the Tuen Mun district of Hong Kong.
McDonald’s told local reporters they are no longer serving anyone who are not wearing face coverings, or showing symptoms.
Local paper Apple Daily reported the man and woman left the restaurant quickly and got into a van outside.