McFury! Cop loses it when customers film him helping himself to a McFlurry and try to report him for ‘stealing’ the ice cream at a Maryland McDonald’s
- A Maryland cop has found himself publicly shamed for his arrogant actions
- The cop was filmed behind the counters as he slurps at an ice cream smoothie
- Realizing he is being filmed he tries to swipe the phone away from its owner
One cop has found himself being publicly shamed after making his way behind the counter to grab himself an ice cream.
The police officer, who identifies himself as being a sergeant, can be seen slurping ice cream from the top of a smoothie cup in the Maryland McDonald’s.
When he’s challenged by a member of the public as to why he’s operating the machine without any gloves on, the cop blows up in his face.
He bellows: ‘This is my smoothie!’
Unimpressed the woman challenges him further asking: ‘But it this your McDonald’s?’
Another man chimes in asking if the officer has paid for the ice cream he appears to be helping himself to, but is left unanswered as the cop is preoccupied answering the woman.
In a fit of rage at the cops lack of an answer the woman demands that his supervising officer come to the restaurant.
The cop retorts: ‘Yeah, get the supervisor up here.’
‘This is my smoothie!’: The cop seems incredibly irritated his actions have been questioned by a member of the public
He then ignores a request by a member of the public to give over his badge and name, avoiding eye-contact with the man filming.
When told by the woman that he’s a bad man he agrees with her saying: ‘Oh I am a bad man.’
he then realizes he’s being filmed and quickly moves to the exit, again ignoring requests for his name and badge number, insisting that the restaurant is not a public space and the man should not be filming him.
‘Can’t you read?’: Rather than give his name and badge number the cop turns to petty insults sarcastically reading out the buildings number
Before leaving the employees-only area he glares back at the woman asking her if she can even read.
Once out from behind the counter he approaches the man filming and snatches at his phone demanding that he stop recording, despite it being his lawful right to do so.