Police are seeking a woman who pushed, punched and choked a McDonald's manager because she wanted ketchup.
"The suspect entered the McDonald's restaurant from the employee back door and asked for ketchup".
"The manager tells her, 'I'll be glad to help you, you just need to go up front, ' and for whatever reason, she took it upon herself to assault the manager", said Santa Ana Police Corporal Anthony Bertagna. The whole incident was caught on surveillance camera.
The video shows a second employee trying to pull the suspect off the manager before she stops to give what appears to be a receipt to a customer at the drive-thru window.
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The woman "pushed, punched, and choked" the McDonald's employee, according to the police department in a November 13 news release. Another employee then tries to intervene.
The incident occurred on October 27 around 11pm at the McDonald's located in the 1500 block of North Bristol Street of Santa Ana. 20-25 years old, wearing a pink shirt and gray sweat trousers.
The assault eventually ends when a man runs into the kitchen, and a woman leaves with him.
Police described the suspect as a 20-25 year old female with brown hair in a pink shirt and gray sweatpants. "We're actually grateful for the service he provided, he stopped the assault", Bertgana told KTLA.