Drunk revelers terrorize McDonald's customers with late night violence before they steal coffee beans and an artificial plant
- Two friends were in court after terrorizing patrons at a McDonald's in Queensland
- The men were fined for public nuisance and theft for the June 16 incident
- The men took a fake plant, coffee beans, coffee syrup and a spray bottle
A few friends have been confronted with the court on charges of public nuisance and theft after terrorizing McDonald & # 39; s customers in a drunken night intoxication.
Kyle Keith Richards, 26, and Brandon Marcus Cragg, 21, faced the Charters Towers Magistrate & # 39; s Court in charge of theft and nuisance on Tuesday.
The court heard Cragg stealing coffee beans, two bottles of coffee syrup and a fake pot plant from a local McDonald's on June 16 Townsville Bulletin reported.
Two friends have been in court for charges of public nuisance and theft after terrorizing McDonald & # 39; s customers in a late night drunk rampage in Queensland
Meanwhile, on the same evening, Richards took a spray bottle from the cleaner's cart at the site before spraying windows, cars & other customers.
Magistrate Steven Mosch punished Cragg for his behavior before he handed him a $ 500 fine and ordered him to repay $ 110.
& # 39; You have three silly, if not idiotic, behavior on three different occasions on the same night, & # 39; said Magistrate Mosch.
& # 39; If you had participated once in this activity, a lesser punishment would have been appropriate, but three different occasions justifies a more severe punishment. & # 39;
The court also heard that Richards was consuming the coffee syrup that Cragg had taken before leaving the empty bottle in the parking lot.
& # 39; You have not covered yourself here in glory, Mr Richards. & # 39; I'm not sure how that would have tasted on top of the alcohol that you and your friend drank that night, & # 39; said the magistrate Mosch.
Richards was convicted of public nuisance and one count of & # 39; unauthorized trade in store items & # 39; before he was fined $ 500.
The whole incident was caught on CCTV that was used as evidence but was not made public.
Both men stood opposite the Charters Towers Magistrates Court (photo) where they were both fined for their actions
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