This is the shocking moment an aggressive man swore at McDonald’s staff before knocking over a cash register, spitting at them and kicking an ice box.
Terrified workers of the 24-hour fast food outlet at Wodonga, on the Victorian border, were confronted by a customer’s disgraceful behaviour on Saturday night.
Standing at the counter, the bearded man repeatedly swears at McDonald’s staff demanding his food after he had been told to sit down.
This is the aggressive man who swore at McDonald’s staff at Wodonga on the Victorian border
‘Where’s my f***ing food?’, he shouts.
This prompts a woman working behind the counter to demand he leave the premises in suburban Birralee.
‘Get out right now,’ she said, pointing at the door.
Knocking over napkins, he replies aggressively: ‘I paid for my food. Call the cops on me. F***.’ ‘I paid for that s***.’
He then utters the c-word before knocking over a cash register monitor.
The man’s belligerent behaviour only escalated when a female employee told him to leave
Not content with waiting for his order, the man knocks over a cash register computer screen
The female employee repeats her demand for him to leave.
‘I highly suggest you leave right now,’ she said.
The man demands his money back.
‘I paid for my s***. Where’s my food?,’ he said.
The man’s knocks over a metal straw dispenser on the counter when he is told he is not getting his food, as the employee calls police.
‘Where’s my f***ing food,’ he demands again. ‘C***. Where’s my food?’
The man kicks an ice box repeatedly after staff refused to give in to his disgraceful behaviour
After knocking over a metal straw dispenser and throwing napkins, the man kicks an ice box
When the staff ignore him, he kicks an ice box across the floor before knocking more items from the counter.
The two-minute video has already been viewed more than 18,500 times since it was posted on the Albury/Wodonga Area Crime Whinge and Whine Facebook page on Sunday night.
‘The realities are staff aren’t paid “danger” money to engage such unpredictable and violent situations. I feel for the undue treatment here,’ they said on their post.