Burger King’s customer slaps the employee’s face and accuses another of him and steals nuggets spicy
Big bang and fries: Burger King customer, 21, slaps employee after accusing colleague of ‘making his nuggets too spicy’
- A Burger King customer was caught on camera hitting an employee after claiming his nuggets were made ‘extra spicy’
- The attack took place at a branch of the Pittsburgh fast food chain
- The customer would have threatened another employee before hitting a second employee and then walking away
- Austin Addison, 21, has been charged with harassment, disorderly conduct and crime
A man has been charged after being caught on camera violently slapping a Burger King employee after making a row about chicken nuggets ‘extra spicy’.
The attack was captured on camera last week in a branch of the fast food chain in Pittsburgh.
In the short 16-second video, the customer is seen threatening one employee while talking to another.
A Burger King customer was caught on camera hitting an employee after claiming his nuggets were made ‘extra spicy’
The video starts halfway through the conversation with the man who yells out of range to a female employee: ‘Can’t count, except for theft and stealing items.
“She has to get the f *** out of here before I get her in prison for the rest of her life!”
The employee then informs the customer that he is being filmed. “Sir, you’re on camera now,” he said.
But the man, identified as 21-year-old Austin Addison, suddenly beats up the worker, punches his glasses, and quickly walks out of the store.
The attack took place at a branch of the Pittsburgh fast food chain. The customer would have threatened another employee before hitting a second employee
The employee warned the man that he was being filmed, but it made no difference
“I was honestly very shocked at how he did it, I comforted the poor man, but I was too shocked to do anything,” said the person who filmed the footage, Garret Reams.
Reams said Addison was furious when he walked into the restaurant and was apparently looking for the female employee he knew.
He first threw his keys on the counter while Reams tried to calm him down, but when that failed, he decided to film what happened next.
21-year-old Addison has been charged with harassment, disorderly conduct and crime, he said TMZ with a possible sentence of up to two years behind bars and a fine of up to $ 5,000 if convicted.
Austin Addison, 21, was rightly charged with harassment, disorderly conduct and crime