A California woman allegedly captured on surveillance video last month attacks a McDonald's worker after she has not received enough…
A California woman allegedly captured on surveillance video last month attacks a McDonald’s worker after she has not received enough ketchup has been arrested, the authorities said on Wednesday.
Mayra Bernice Gallo, 24, was taken to the police custody of Ana home on Tuesday. The police received several tips from the public, Cpl. Anthony Bertagna told the OC registry. Police had released surveillance video of the event that they said showed that a suspect entered a McDonalds on October 27th and became furious.
“She did not get her ketchup, or enough,” Bertagna told the paper. “An employee at the back (in the restaurant) said she could not enter, but she did. She was on duty.”
Gallo had ordered food through McDonald’s driving-by going into a back door to the staff hired by employees so she could request ketchup, Santa Ana police said. The employee told Gallo that they would be “happy” to help if she went to the restaurant, but instead, the 24-year-old was “fought”, the police told KABC TV.
She “pressed, punched and choked” the employee, officials said. Monitoring video shows that Gallo smashes the head of the employee into drinking machines.
While other employees tried to intervene, it was not until an unidentified person believed to be suspicious of the restaurant left by the woman, police said. 
“There is no need to physically assault someone because you did not get enough ketchup,” told Bertagna for KTLA TV.
[Gallo] was suspected of abuse at the Santa Ana Police Department. Fox News & # 39; Kaitlyn Schallhorn contributed to this report.