McDonald’s customer SPITS on woman who filmed him after he rowed with staff because he wanted to dine in despite social distancing rules
- A McDonald’s customer has been accused of spitting on a woman in Sydney
- The woman was filming a confrontation between the man and McDonald’s staff
- The man was arguing with staff after he tried to use the outdoor dining area
- McDonald’s seating areas are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic
A McDonald’s customer has been accused of spitting on a woman after he caught her filming his confrontation with staff.
The Sydney man, 42, was trying to use the outdoor dining area at the chain’s Kellyville Ridge restaurant on Thursday morning when staff told him to leave.
McDonald’s closed its seating areas at restaurants across Australia after the government introduced strict new rules to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
McDonald’s have been forced to close its seating areas at restaurants across Australia after the government introduced strict new rules amid the coronavirus pandemic
The man refused to leave and began arguing with staff.
When he noticed a woman in the store filming him on her mobile phone, he allegedly spat on her face and walked off.
Police later caught up with the man and charged him with common assault.
He’s due to appear at Blacktown Local Court on July 6.
Since March 23, McDonald’s customers have had to get their fast food fix by either drive-thru, takeaway or delivery.
Customers are still able to enter the stores and order using kiosks, on the counter or on the MyMaccas app.
Customers will have to get their fast food fix by using the drive-thru or getting takeout or deliveries from Monday afternoon