The McDonald & # 39; s employee beats the customer in common with a DEEP-FAT FRYER in a fight over & # 39; late apple pie & # 39;

Weird moment McDonald & # 39; s employee cruelly skips the customer with DEEP-FAT FRYER in a fight over & # 39; late apple pie & # 39;

  • The fight broke out in one of the London restaurants when the customer jumped up
  • Allegedly trying to break into the back because the staff took too long to make his cake
  • One of the employees used the fryer as a weapon and hit him on the head
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A bizarre fight in McDonald & # 39; s saw an employee beat a customer with a frying pan over a dispute over an apple pie.

The furious customer reportedly jumped over the counter to get his baked treat because the staff took too long at one of the chains in London.

But a fight broke out as the man tried to force his way in and several staff members tried to stop him.

One of the employees, in the middle of cooking crisps, used the frying pan as a weapon to repeatedly slap the customer

He lurks at the customer who cheated on the counter
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He lurks at the customer who cheated on the counter

One of the employees, in the middle of cooking crisps, used the frying pan as a weapon to repeatedly slap the customer

One of the employees, who was in the middle of cooking crisps, used the frying pan as a weapon to repeatedly slap the customer.

Bystanders shouted while the staff member hit him.

The cameraman then commutes to another restaurant employee who casually watches how the violence unfolds.

Several employees try to hold back the angry customer after he has jumped over the counter and tried to find his way back

Several employees try to hold back the angry customer after he has jumped over the counter and tried to find his way back

Several employees try to hold back the angry customer after he has jumped over the counter and tried to find his way back

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The images, which circulated in the media on Wednesday on social media, were put on Snapchat.

When it made its way on Twitter, it was accompanied by a photo entitled: "When the apple pie is still not ready after six minutes."

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