California Woman Strangles McDonald's Worker Over Ketchup Packets

California Woman Strangles McDonald's Worker Over Ketchup Packets

California Woman Strangles McDonald's Worker Over Ketchup Packets

Police in Santa Ana, California, are looking for a woman who allegedly attacked a McDonald's employee for not giving her enough ketchup in her order.

ABC7 quotes authorities as saying, on October 27 a woman entered the employee back door of the restaurant around 11pm and asked workers for ketchup. When she was told to move to the front of the restaurant, she responded by assaulting the employee.

In footage released by police in Santa Ana, CA, in Orange County, a woman can be seen pulling at the employee from behind.

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Security footage shows the woman and a manager fighting in the drive-thru area of the McDonald's.

Police are searching for the man as well, hoping to speak with him about the incident. "We're actually grateful for the service he provided, he stopped the assault", Bertgana told KTLA. "The suspect pushed, punched, and choked the victim", police said. "She's the one that committed the crime".

McDonald's Owner/Operator Larry Kaplan, when asked for comment, said: "Our biggest priority is always the safety and well-being of our employees and customers at our restaurants".

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The woman is described by police as Hispanic, about 20 to 25 years old, with brown hair.

This latest McDonald's fracas comes after a McDonald's employee in SC was charged with third degree assault and battery last week after she slapped her manager while trying to force-feed her bacon, according to the Island Packet newspaper.

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