The 34-year-old man in Florida is accused of & # 39; beating a McDonald & # 39; s employee in the face at a drive-thru window because his food lasted too long & # 39;
- Sherman Lee Brown, 34, is said to have hit a McDonald's drive-thru employee in the face
- It is claimed that he & # 39; cracker & # 39; shouted and & # 39; hurry up & # 39; before he hit her
- She was left with & # 39; redness and swelling & # 39; on her eye and cheek and a cut on her lip
- It is claimed that he hit her after he & # 39; upset & # 39; was touched that his food took too long
- Brown was charged with battery, burglary and an earlier battery sentence
- De Leesburg, Florida, lived in custody on September 16
Sherman Lee Brown (above), 34, was charged with three crime counts including battery and burglary, as well as a previous charge of battery for the July 30 incident.
A Florida man was charged after allegedly beating a McDonald's drive-thru employee because his food was taking too long.
Sherman Lee Brown, 34, of Leesburg, allegedly abused the woman and then slapped her in the face.
The incident occurred around 30.20 on July 30 at the fast food restaurant after he got upset & # 39; because his order was not processed fast enough & # 39; police report mention.
Brown sat in the passenger seat of a silver Ford Focus with his girlfriend when he allegedly started yelling at the employee.
A sworn statement states that he directed his anger at the woman, first screaming words including & # 39; cracker & # 39; shouted and later shouted & # 39; hurry up & # 39 ;.
Brown then left the vehicle and was told by the employee that she would not serve him if he kept screaming and asked him to leave the premises.
Allegedly Brown struck his female victim, a McDonald & # 39; s employee (photo), after he & # 39; upset & # 39; was touched that his food took too long. He returned to the restaurant two days later, which led to his arrest at the nearby North 14th and Colfax intersections
Allegedly Brown told the victim that he was going to beat her & # 39; and while she tried to close the drive-thru window, he hit her with his left fist.
Her & # 39; glasses were thrown to the floor by blow, & # 39; later she & # 39; redness and swelling & # 39; left on her right cheek and eye, as well as a cut on her lip.
Brown would then have fled the scene with his girlfriend, who was described as blue hair and golden teeth.
Surveillance images of the incident, which are not currently released by the police, have led to the identification of Brown.
He was later arrested in northern 14th street and the Colfax intersection after returning to McDonald's drive-through on August 1.
The officer stopped traffic to confirm the identity of the suspect and brought Brown in as a suspect.
The victim selected him as her alleged attacker during a police line-up.
Brown has been charged with three crimes including burglary and battery, as well as a previous battery conviction.
He was released from prison after placing a $ 29,000 bond according to Smoking gun and is scheduled for a hearing on September 16.
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