Shocking moment a McDonald’s manager is beaten up over missing ketchup

Darnell Taylor
November 14, 2018

Police in Santa Ana, California, are looking for a woman who allegedly attacked a McDonald's employee for not giving her enough ketchup in her order.

According to the Santa Ana Police Department, the suspect entered the restaurant through the back door used by employees and asked for ketchup.

When she was confronted by the store manager, the woman become combative and "pushed, punched, and choked" the victim, Santa Ana Police Cpl.

Another employee is also seen in the video trying to pull the woman off of the manager.

Santa Ana police released this image of the suspect.

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

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McDonald's owner operator Larry Kaplan, said in a statement that it is cooperating with the police to find the suspect. They emphasized he is not in trouble. "But ... we believe if you don't know her, but you might know him; our intent is to get her identified", police spokesman Anthony Bertagna told KTLA. "There's no reason to physically assault someone because you didn't get enough ketchup", he said.

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

Police described the suspect as a 20-25 year old female with brown hair in a pink shirt and gray sweatpants.

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

Police are asking anyone with information to contact them at 714-245-8647 or Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS.

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