Published: Wed, November 14, 2018
Markets | By Otis Pena

Suspect wanted for assaulting McDonald's employee over ketchup

Suspect wanted for assaulting McDonald's employee over ketchup

California police say a woman attacked a manager at a McDonald's restaurant because there was not enough ketchup in her order.

The suspect allegedly entered the establishment through the employees entrance and asked for ketchup.

ABC7 reports the store manager informed her that she could not be in the employee area and the woman became violent, kicking, punching and choking the manager.

The footage shows other employees trying to help before a man, who police believe was with the suspect, ran into the restaurant and pulled the woman off the manager. She was seen wearing a light pink short-sleeved T-shirt and gray trousers at the time.

McDonald's owner operator Larry Kaplan, said in a statement that it is cooperating with the police to find the suspect.

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The man, who appears to be with the female suspect, breaks up the fight and escorts her out of the restaurant. Anthony Bertagna, of the Santa Anna PD, told Los Angeles news station KABC. The McDonald's where the altercation took place is located near Santa Ana College. "We're actually grateful for the service he provided, he stopped the assault", Bertgana told KTLA.

He added: "She's the one that committed the crime".

The woman is described by police as Hispanic, about 20 to 25 years old, with brown hair.

"There is no reason that any employee at any business should be assaulted by a patron, much less over not getting enough ketchup", said Bertagna.

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