McDonalds cashier throws punches over missing cheese

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“A woman was punched in the face by an enraged McDonalds cashier when she demanded cheese on her young son’s Happy Meal cheeseburger, her lawyer said Tuesday in opening arguments of her civil case against the Brooklyn franchise.” – New York Times

Now this to me is a classic case of “what the fucks”. Typically we see scenarios where a customer attacks a McDonalds employee over things like 19 McNuggets in a 20 piece, or no cheeseburgers after dark.

McDonalds attacks are a thing of nature these days. As common as the common cold. Do the YouTube research yourself folks.

Rarely do we see a pizza faced employee throw a haymaker over a cheese debate, but that’s what has happened here.

35 year old Guy Ying Shi was Evander Holyfield-ed right in the kisser when her son received a hamburger instead of a cheeseburger. Now I’m not sure how old her demanding and unable to be pleased shitty kid is, but I know most young kids could give a fuck less about cheese when it comes to a happy meal. Aren’t the toys the star of this meal?

In the moments leading up to the knockout punch, reports have stated there was yelling and racism, and frankly I’d expect nothing less.

At the end of the day, I’m going to have to side with McDonalds on this one. With a face like this, I’d swing a punch over some cheese myself.

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