VIOLENT CRIMES: IF NOT BEANERS THEN URBAN GROUND-APES (PART 2)

Beanette gets angry over ketchup:

Police in California have arrested a woman who was caught on surveillance footage attacking the manager of a McDonald’s after becoming upset over missing packets of ketchup.

Mayra Berenice Gallo, 24, allegedly became enraged when she discovered there was not enough ketchup in the order she had placed, on October 27.

When the store’s manager told the woman that she couldn’t be in the building, Gallo suddenly became combative.

According to the Santa Ana Police Department, the suspect entered the restaurant through the back door used by employees and asked for some sauce.

After ordering via the drive-thru of the McDonald’s she then decided to go into the restaurant through the employee entrance searching for extra packets.

The manager told her she couldn’t be in the building and Gallo allegedly ‘became combative’ and started pushing, punching and choking the manager.

Video then shows how another employee tried to intervene and called on other workers to help.

A man who was believed to be with Gallo is credited with stopping the attack after he pulled the woman off the manager.

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1 Response to VIOLENT CRIMES: IF NOT BEANERS THEN URBAN GROUND-APES (PART 2)

  1. Eskyman says:

    Well, it IS infuriating when they gyp you on ketchup!

    Fast food outfits have often got me wanting to raise the Black Flag & go a-murderin’ so I can’t blame her for that. It’s the little stuff: like you order jalapenos on your burger. You get your burger & drive off, and it’s not a burger: it’s a fish sandwich.

    Then you go back & they tell you there’s no mistake, that you ordered a fish sandwich. “Thank you sir and come again,” with the phony smile they put on. I’ve never ordered a fish sandwich in my life, but the large black woman manager told me I had, and that I couldn’t get what I’d ordered or get a refund.

    A certain establishment is very lucky that I didn’t have any C-4 in my glove box on that day. I’ll never ever patronize another Burger King as long as I live, tho; that was the third lousy meal from that outfit, at three different lousy locations, and I won’t make that mistake ever again!

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