A 41-years-old Daniel Taylor attacked Yasmine James who was serving at the counter for not getting a plastic straw. She then starts punching him and this continues for around 20 seconds before other employees come and intervene in between the fight. "Violent white man verbally & physically assaults a black female employee & manager's response is to check his order?" tweeted activist Qasim Rashid.
The man was later identified as Daniel Taylor.
As per the report, the law took effect just last January 1 and prohibits restaurants from having straws available in the open in the hopes of completely banning them by 2020. "He started exchanging words laced with profanity, which I won't repeat", Biandudi, 62, said.
Police said the incident was caught on video.
Biandudi says Taylor refused to accept that answer, reaching over the counter and grabbing the worker.
Following the altercation, Taylor can be heard saying he wants James fired, with James shouting back that he would be going to jail. "You should try to avoid physical confrontation, but if someone put hands on you, you have to defend yourself", she continued.
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When Taylor was being escorted out of the business by McDonald's management, he kicked another employee in the stomach while she was standing near the door, police say.
Officers arrested Taylor shorty after when they received a call about an unarmed robbery nearby and recognized him from the video, police said. McDonalds India Reduces Oil and Sodium in Its Burgers and Fries, Expert Says Fast Food Is Still Not Safe.
Our highest priority is always the safety and well-being of everyone in the restaurant, and we do not condone violence of any kind, especially against our employees.
She takes some swings, all while yelling at the man.
A police affidavit revealed more violence that didn't appear on Biandudi's video.
Biandudi was there to use the rest room and buy herself a drink, while her daughter was waiting in drive through, for her parcel. "We have been in contact with the police department and are fully cooperating with their investigation", McDonald's said in a statement. "I actually think they acted appropriately".