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‘Respect My Momma’: McDonald’s Employee Brawls with Customer in Ultimate Fast Food Fight (WATCH)


McDonald’s employee versus customer. Round 1. FIGHT.

You get a pretty good idea of how a video is going to go when it starts with someone throwing a milkshake.

That’s how the customer in this video began the fight as an employee charged her way.

The customer can be seen throwing a food tray, but the employee has a strength advantage and pins her against some chairs. The employee body slams the customer on booth seats before another McDonald’s worker in a blue shirt steps in.

“No, stop,” says a second employee, attempting to end the brawl, but the customer apparently elbows her.

Round 2! Here comes a new challenger!

The customer and the second employee scrap for a bit on account of the elbow. This worker can be seen striking her opponent in the back of the head, but here comes the first employee, back for more.

Round 3!

The second employee (blue shirt) ducks out as her co-worker pummels the customer some more. The fight seems to end after the first employee shoves away her opponent.

“My momma ain’t dead,” says the worker. “You respect my momma.” She walks away, and clearly, this brawl is ove–

Nope! Round 4!

Customer picks up a chair, and winds it up. Yes, just like pro-wrestling. But unlike pro-wrestling, she never swings it. The employee tears it from her hands before she can. The video ends.

Who is the employee with the impressive strikes and ring generalship? The customer with the strong chin and scrappy attitude? That’s unclear. Video is attributed to the Instagram user @bxbyness.

That person said it happened in Las Vegas.

“So this happened at McDonald’s,” the user wrote. “The lady asked for a water cup and supervisor [shut] down the soda machine because she wasn’t letting her get a free soda.”

McDonald’s responded to a Law&Crime request for comment.

“We do not condone the behavior depicted in this video, and are currently investigating,” said a statement attributed to owner and operator Brent Bohn.

Note: McDonald’s responded to a request for comment. The article has been updated accordingly.

[Screengrab @bxbyness on Instagram]

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