Video of McDonald’s worker fighting back at raging customers resurfaces in a BIG way

With videos of irrationally angry fast-food patrons going viral for hurling abuse (and sometimes other things) at employees, it might be worth looking back at what can happen when the people working at these establishments fight back.

On July 7, James Woods tweeted a video of just that; two irate customers hopping the counter of a McDonald’s, only to be met with the fury of Rayon McIntosh, who was armed with a weapon and no patience for nonsense. While the video itself is from 2011, it is worth remembering in light of the recent viral footage of customers getting physical with Bel Fries employees over extra sauce.

The customers in question can be seen arguing and getting physical with a McIntosh moments before attempting to head back into the kitchen. Unfortunately for them, this gave him enough time to retrieve a rod used for draining deep fryers. He whacks at the women until they fall to the floor, then keeps wailing on them until other customers can be heard screaming at him to stop.


Twitter users were eager to comment on the video:

For those wondering how this shook out for McIntosh, he was charged with felony assault and criminal possession of a weapon. In the end, he was not indicted by a grand jury, much to the joy of his friends and family.


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