There were problems with McDonald's on Friday and police in Lacey, Washington, ask for help identifying a suspect Who says they threw a hot coffee on the face of a McDonald's manager? Investigators say the customer was not happy with the 97-cent cost of the cup of coffee, WHIOTV .
The trouble began when the suspect entered the McDonalds at the southeastern location of 500 Sleater Kinney Road 5:45. He ordered a cup of coffee, which he later poured into his to-go cup. He then demanded that the manager give him a refill. The customer went on verbally offending with the manager about the price of coffee.
After the outbreak, the McDonalds manager asked the customer to leave. That was when the man got angry and allegedly threw the hot drink into her face. By the way, anyone who reads this, familiar with the details in McDonald's famous hot coffee suits, is probably at the very thought of glowing hot coffee landing directly in her face.
To summarize, McDonald's coffee is much hotter than what you could brew at home. The restaurant holds temperatures for her Java somewhere between 1
Police said the man fled after attacking the woman with the hot liquid. She suffered burns on her neck and was treated at the hospital for third degree burns.
According to investigators, the suspect may be "temporary and have mental health problems."
The Lacey Police Department published pictures of the suspect and said that he is being searched for a simple attack. In the post office they ask for the help of the public.
"Do you know this guy?" He threw hot coffee to the clerk this morning. "
Do you know this guy? He threw hot coffee at the employee this morning. pic.twitter.com/a9HuD9Sd6T
– Lacey Police May 25, 2018
Coffee was once used as a weapon in disputes over McDonalds prizes. In 2017, a McDonald's in St. Clair Shores, Michigan broke out into a fierce clash on a 24-hour voyage.
This incident occurred when three men drove to the drive-in in a gray Ford minivan. After WXYZ-TV one of the men became angry over the bill and said that he had not been properly charged. Then the group broke the lock on the drive-through window and threw coffee over the metro director of Detroit McDonald.
Fast-food establishments such as McDonald's see twice as many crimes as their full-service counterparts like the Olive Garden. In 2009, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that sit-down restaurants had 0.8 attacks per 10,000 employees and fast-food restaurants 1.8.