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To “ketchup” thief: Police looking for McDonald's brawler allegedly fought the boss over spices

Police in California seek public help to find a woman accused of attacking a McDonald's boss in Santa Ana –…

Police in California seek public help to find a woman accused of attacking a McDonald’s boss in Santa Ana – allegedly lacking

The attacker entered McDonald’s restaurant from an employee’s back door on October 27 at 11.00. and asked for ketchup, according to a statement by the Santa Ana police.

“When the business manager said she could not be in the building, it became suspiciously struggling,” said a police officer in a statement. “The suspect pressed, struck and choked the victim.”

The video released by the police this week shows a woman wearing a light pink T-shirt and dark gray pants like choking and slamming the head of the head against a lawnmower in the queue.

Other employees rushed quickly to help the boss try to pull the woman off the alleged victim.

“The boss tells her,” I’ll be happy to help you, you just have to get up “and for whatever reason she took it to attack the boss,” Santa Ana Police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna told ABC, owned and operated television in Los Angeles KABC TV.

At a remarkable moment in the video, a fast food restaurant worker who manages a driver through the window is physically involved in the dispute, as it now has three personal thumbs away from the camera and then can be seen darting against drive through the window to quickly return to a customer before returning to brawl.

The attack ended after one of the employees went to warn a man with a gray sweater and hood at who then escorted the suspect from the restaurant through the back door.

“There is no reason for any employee of any company to be transferred by a patron, much less than not getting enough ketchup,” says Bertagna.

McDonald’s owner operator Larry Kaplan said in a statement that it collaborates with the police to find suspicious.

“Our main priority is always the safety and well-being of our employees and customers at our restaurants,” says Kaplan. “We are fully co-operating with the Santa Ana Police Department’s investigation.”

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