Shocking moment mother puts down toddler to join in brawl in McDonald’s as customer attacks staff who told him to wait ‘four minutes’ for his food
- Incident occurred at a McDonald’s branch in the Dale End area of Birmingham
- Despite many trying to stop the fight, one woman decided to join the the brawl
- The fight started after a customer was told he would have to wait for food
This is the shocking moment a mother puts down her toddler in order to join in with a brawl in McDonald’s.
The incident occurred after one customer attacked staff who told him he would have to wait ‘four minutes’ for his food order to be ready.
Customers at one of the fast-food outlets in Birmingham filmed the moment bystanders tried to stop the fight at around 9pm on Tuesday, August 27.
Despite some people trying their best to help, one woman couldn’t help but join in the brawl.
As the brawl breaks out, one woman (right) is seen to put her toddler down as she looks to get involved with the fight
The woman is then seen pushing the security guard before going on the hit the man in the head and back
The woman was seen putting her toddler on the floor, before pushing the security guard and then hitting the man in the head.
Eventually, two men managed to separate the men, with a security guard then seen escorting the man out of the premises.
The chain has now issued an apology to those who witnessed the incident.
The offending customer is then seen being pushed to the floor and restrained by security
In a statement a spokesperson said: ‘The safety and security of our people and our customers is our absolute priority, and it is disappointing and completely unacceptable to see customers behaving this way towards a member of staff.
‘The security team were able to diffuse the situation and the customer was escorted off the premises. We do not tolerate any form of violence or abuse and have offered our full support to our colleagues involved in this incident.’
It is not known whether or not the incident was reported to police and MailOnline has contacted West Midlands Police for further information.