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Fast food worker, 21, sprayed in the face with fire extinguisher during McDonald’s drive-thru prank

Shocking moment a fast food worker, 21, is sprayed in the face with a FIRE EXTINGUISHER in a McDonald’s drive-thru prank

  • A fast food worker was sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher in a prank
  • The woman, 21, was working at Melbourne store when two cars pulled up
  • Shocking CCTV footage shows Friend get blasted in the face with the chemical

Shocking footage has emerged of a McDonald’s worker being sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher during a horrific drive-thru prank. 

The woman was working at the Heidelberg store in Melbourne’s north east when two cars drove through the drive-thru early at 2am on Saturday. 

CCTV footage shows the 21-year-old lean forward out the window as she awaits for the car to roll up before a cloud of white dust explodes in her face.

The woman was working at the Heidelberg store in Melbourne’s north-east when two cars drove through the drive-thru early Saturday morning

She appears to be tossed backwards from the impact. 

Her father, Steve Friend told Daily Mail Australia his daughter was lucky she was seriously injured from the prank.   

‘She could’ve been blinded,’ he said.  

‘I don’t believe using something like fire extinguisher for a prank is a prank. At some point assault isn’t a prank. That was clearly assault.

‘She was very lucky, stuff like that shouldn’t happen.’

Ms Friend has been recovering from a sore throat since the incident. 

CCTV footage shows the 21-year-old lean forward out the window as she awaits for the car to roll up before a cloud of white chemical explodes in her face

CCTV footage shows the 21-year-old lean forward out the window as she awaits for the car to roll up before a cloud of white chemical explodes in her face

Heidelberg Constable Kim Buffett said police are investigating the incident. 

She said that while there were no physical injuries, the worker had been visibly shaken. 

‘She has had to take time off work due to the shock of the unprovoked attack.’

The people were white and travelling in a dark-coloured vehicle.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted McDonald’s for comment.  

Two cars drove through the drive-thru at McDonald's (pictured) early Saturday morning and filmed as the prank unfolded

Two cars drove through the drive-thru at McDonald’s (pictured) early Saturday morning and filmed as the prank unfolded



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