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The alleged attack took place at a McDonald & # 39; s restaurant on Canal Street, New Orleans, around 4:00 pm on September 4. An employee appeared to suffocate and then hit a customer who claimed to be complaining about cold fries and poor service

Shocking moment McDonald & # 39; s employee chokes and hits a customer in the head after complaining about cold fries in New Orleans

  • The McDonald & # 39; s employee is said to have smothered and beaten a customer in New Orleans
  • The customer said that he had complained about the service after returning the fries
  • Images showed the employee who confronted the man until he was taken
  • When the customer chased him, the fight took place at 5:00 pm on September 4
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A McDonald & # 39; s employee was filmed who reportedly suffocated and then hit a customer in the head after complaining about receiving cold fries.

The man, who was not mentioned, seemed to be withheld by a manager after the incident in a franchise near Canal Street, in New Orleans.

The patron has since said that he & # 39; would like to see that guy in prison & # 39; after the alleged attack around 4 o'clock on September 4, according to WWL TV.

He was on vacation with his wife when the problems occurred, he claims it happened after he complained about an employee's reaction to returning cold fries.

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Images of the incident show that a verbal confrontation escalates after the customer follows the employee who was walking behind the counter.

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The alleged attack took place at a McDonald & # 39; s restaurant on Canal Street, New Orleans, around 4:00 pm on September 4. An employee appeared to suffocate and then hit a customer who claimed to be complaining about cold fries and poor service

The alleged attack took place at a McDonald & # 39; s restaurant on Canal Street, New Orleans, around 4:00 pm on September 4. An employee appeared to suffocate and then hit a customer who claimed to be complaining about cold fries and poor service

It starts with the two men standing next to the line to order, where the employee says, "You go out … Go away," and push the man.

The customer, who holds on to what is supposed to be a container with food, is shouted again.

& # 39; You have a problem … Slam you ****, & # 39; he says and is then taken away by another staff member.

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The man is chasing and appears to be beaten at a self-ordering kiosk, where the employee's left hand was claimed around the customer's throat.

It is then claimed that he must hit the man in the head and keeps pushing him until the argument is broken.

The alleged victim, who claimed to have been left with bruises and injuries from scraping, stated that he did not take revenge on the attack, but gave the man an attitude.

The customer told WWL: & # 39; I am a big, big boy … Bigger than he is, but I didn't fight back. It was embarrassing.

& # 39; I didn't want to leave my wife alone in New Orleans if I went to jail. If this happened to me at McDonald's, what could happen to her in these streets? & # 39;

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Although the customer admitted that he had expressed his annoyance during the complaint, he said he could not approve the subsequent violence.

The man said: & # 39; If I could understand something about it, I would tell you, but I have no idea. The customer is always right, even if he is wrong. & # 39;

McDonald & # 39; s did not respond to a DailyMail.com request, but in a previous statement the franchise owner said he would investigate the incident

An eyewitness told the site that the order was incorrectly made two or three times by employees.

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The unnamed man claims that the fight took place after the man was angry about the employees who forgot his fries. He added that the incident & # 39; crazy and bizarre & # 39; used to be.

& # 39; It is absolutely not acceptable that the man absolutely needs discipline in one form or another, & # 39; he said.

The police were summoned, but no charges or arrests had been made from Tuesday, and the employee was still working there, according to WWL.

Chris Bardell, franchise owner of the fast food restaurant on the edge of the French Quarter, responded to the site with a written statement.

& # 39; The behavior seen in this video is not what I expect from my employees, we are conducting a thorough investigation into this incident, "he wrote.

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DailyMail.com contacted McDonald's Corporation and New Orleans Police Department for comment, but did not hear back at the time of publication.

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