CCTV clip captures unruly customer throwing temper tantrum at Georgia McDonald’s drive-thru

CCTV clip captures unruly customer throwing temper tantrum at Georgia McDonald’s drive-thru
The video shows the enraged customer grabbing two smaller cup containers and throwing them, followed by three larger objects (Waynesboro, GA Police Department/ Facebook)

WAYNESBORO, GEORGIA: As per a video released by Waynesboro, Georgia police on Monday, October 24, an unidentified man, wearing a white bucket hat and a Portland Trail Blazers basketball jersey, can be seen reaching a McDonald's drive-thru window and frantically throwing various objects at the employees. The video shows the enraged customer grabbing two smaller cup containers and throwing them, followed by three larger objects the size of garbage cans, one of which had its contents poured out. 

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In the video, a worker makes an unsuccessful attempt to stop the man from wreaking additional destruction at one point. “This guy took ‘Have it your way’ too far,” the police said in a statement with reference to a previous McDonald's catchphrase, according to the NY Post. “After he decided his order wasn’t to his liking (it didn’t have anything to do with ice cream machines, I swear) and threw a temper tantrum, among other things, at the drive-thru of one of our local fast food restaurants." The police in a Facebook post said, "Let it be known that this type of behavior will not be tolerated in the city of Waynesboro."

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On Tuesday, October 25, the corporate office of McDonald's was sent an email that wasn't immediately returned. In addition to that nobody was available to answer questions at the police station on the same evening, and it is unclear what precipitated the aggressive behavior. To "serve him a criminal charge combo," police urged anyone with information about the suspect to get in touch with them.

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MEAWW previously reported about a bodega customer who went on a rampage after being told she needed to wear a mask while shopping inside. The woman is seen slicing goods within the store and wreaking thousands of dollars worth of damage on video surveillance footage taken inside the establishment. Owner of Lizbeth Supermarket, where the incident occurred, Wascar Sotos, told the New York Post that the woman destroyed goods worth more than $7,000 after refusing to wear a face mask, which was a requirement for all visitors to the business during the coronavirus pandemic, without exception.

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“I thought it was simple, I ask everyone coming into my bodega to wear a mask,” Soto said in a statement. “Some argue, some curse, some want to fight, some simply slam the door and leave but this person was different. She pulled out a butcher knife and stabbed soda cans, plastic soft drinks, sacks of rice — you name it she stabbed it.” 

The customer, Ariel Gager, who is 29 years old stabbed anything in her path after puncturing plastic drink bottles in the video, including flour and rice bags. The consumer also began hurling a variety of food items on the ground. Before a dozen police officers showed up, "It went on for some time before a dozen cops arrived,” Soto claimed.

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