California McDonald’s Employee Attacked by Woman Because She ‘Didnt Get Enough Ketchup’

Daniel Fowler
November 15, 2018

Police in California are searching for a woman after she allegedly pushed, punched and choked a McDonald's manager because she wanted some ketchup.

Unsatisfied, the unidentified woman later hopped out of her vehicle and proceeded to enter the fast food restaurant via an employee back door.

Authorities say she was upset she did not get enough ketchup in her drive-thru order.

A man believed with the attacker eventually came in through the back door entrance and pulled the woman off the manager, according to police. Another employee is seen attempting to intervene.

The incident happened on October 27 around 10 p.m at the McDonald's on North Bristol in Santa Ana.

"We're actually grateful for the service he provided; he stopped the assault", Cpl.

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"When the store manager said she could not be in the building, the suspect became combative", the release said.

"Obviously, we take these things seriously", he said.

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

The police department released surveillance footage showing the suspect in gray trousers and a pink shirt shoving an employee in a blue shirt.

It's unclear if the suspect got any ketchup.

The suspect is described as a hispanic female aged between 20 and 25 years old with brown hair and wearing a pink shirt and gray sweatpants.

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