A McDonalds customer is said to have been angry watery coffee, tossed the painfully hot drink to an employee.
According to WKRN, 54-year-old Charles Prince returned to a McDonald's on Thursday morning with a cup of coffee he had bought Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, was allegedly annoyed that his drink was watery and not strong enough.
Despite the explanation the cashier said his coffee had been freshly brewed, Prince threw his cup over the counter and burned the employee's arm with visible injuries.
Video: Man puts hot coffee in s face of the employee, locks them in the cool box
WKRN Reports Prince Arrested for Assault and Hel
Yahoo Lifestyle was unable to reach a spokesman for the Metro Nashville Police Department.
Phil Gray, owner and operator of McDonald's location, shares Yahoo with lifestyle: "As an owner, I care about ensuring that I provide a safe restaurant for my customers and employees. I appreciate how my team handled the incident and we continue to work with local law enforcement agencies on this matter. "
McDonald's had already armed hot coffee with weapons. In December, a man from South Carolina was arrested for assault When he was supposedly waiting too long for his order of large fries, he threw the drink at a 16-year-old employee.
In March, a man in Ohio threw a cashier, who asked for a double check, a receipt of two large coffees when he accidentally placed a double order. The employee was injured with first-degree burns, and the suspect was charged with assault.
In May, a woman from New York City was arrested for assault after she threw a hot coffee at an employee asking her to remove her feet from a chair. According to the New York Post, the employee was hospitalized for upper body burns.
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