A recent customer of a McDonald's in Glendale, Wisc. was definitely not lovin' it.
It all began with the customer, who police hope will be identified by surveillance video, receiving her order at the drive-through window Sunday. She wanted a bacon biscuit but instead mistakenly received a sausage biscuit. This is when the customer is seen tossing the order back through the window.
A customer who came into the restaurant on Sunday morning after receiving an incorrect order at the drive-through window reacted by showing a teen employee into a fryer, according to WISN 12 News.
"What the (expletive) is this? I didn't order no sausage biscuit," the woman said, according to the Journal Sentinel.
Another camera angle shows the same customer walking back into the restaurant with bag in hand in order to speak with the manager.
Officer Todd Lynch with the Glendale Police Department said that the manager attempted to correct the mistake, to no avail.
"She gives her the order, she refunds her money 100 percent and gives her apologies, but apparently at this point it wasn't good enough for our suspect," Lynch said to WISN 12 News.
The video shows the customer cornering the manager in the kitchen in order to continue arguing and, when a 17-year-old female employee attempted to intervene, the customer appears to shove the employee into a french fry station.
"Instead of acting like most people would act, she lost it," Lynch said, according to WISN.
The teen appeared to have hit her head before falling to the ground. She was then taken to the hospital to get checked out, but did not get burned by fry grease and only suffered from a bump on the head, according to Lynch.
After the alleged assault, the customer walked out of the restaurant, accompanied by a second woman, got into a car and fled, according to the Journal Sentinel.
Police are planning to pursue felony assault charges and possible physical child abuse charges against the woman who pushed the McDonald's employee.
The Glendale Police Department is asking for anyone about information about the woman to call 414-228-1753 or the North Shore Crime Stoppers at 414-962-4258. A cash reward is available.
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