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A brawl broke out behind the counter at a South Carolina McDonald’s restaurant and was captured on video only to become a social media sensation.
The brouhaha was over who was going to make the next batch of apple pies. Do they think they deserve $15 an hour?
Charlotte NBC affiliate WCNC reported:
According to Chester County investigators, one of the employees was asked start baking the pies, and that turned into an argument.
The employee was then asked to leave the store, but according to the police report, the employee refused. A worker threatened to call the police and witnesses say the employee responded, “If you call police, I’m gonna beat your (expletive).”
“I’m thinking, oh man something’s about to really happen right now,” Noah Smith III, who’d come into the restaurant to buy his girlfriend a sandwich, told the station.
So he pulled out his cellphone and recorded the action. Here’s the raw video of the slugfest. News clip follows.
Clip via Noah Smith III Facebook page.
“She runs back over there and does this like flying punch and hits the lady,” Smith continued. “And that’s when it all went down.”
That evening Smith posted the video to his Facebook page. Within a day-and-a-half it was viewed more than 134,000 times.
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News clip via WCNC
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