McDonald's: Flirt attempt fails miserably - the customer goes completely nuts

A man has in one MC Donalds-Restaurant in New York everything beaten to pieces.

Apparently he couldn’t accept the rejection of a woman and then went completely nuts. The customer is suddenly with an ax on other people in the MC Donalds gone off.

McDonald’s: Man (31) freaks out completely and suddenly pulls an ax

According to the New York Police Department (NYPD) on Friday (September 16) a dispute got out of control around 2.25 a.m., as reported by “”. Michael Palacios suddenly pulled a small ax out of his backpack in the McDonald’s restaurant in Manhattan and lashed out wildly.

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Several onlookers filmed the tantrum, and the footage is now going viral. Previously, several men beat the 31-year-old. He was initially unimpressed, only to then counterattack.

Supplier reveals the unbelievable – DAS is said to have triggered the dispute

A supplier observed everything from start to finish. The trigger for the dispute is said to have been a failed attempt at flirting by the man from the Bronx. A woman repeatedly rejected his advances, but Palacois repeatedly pestered her. Until several friendly men intervened.

The 31-year-old is said to have been drunk: “I could smell the alcohol on him,” the witness told the Daily Mail. As the assailant smashed tables with his ax and smashed a pane of glass, the rest of the customers begged him to put down his guns. Incredibly, no one was injured in the incident, the NYPD said.

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Then the wild man fled on his bike. However, the police were able to locate and arrest him a short time later. Michael Palacios is now free again. But the perpetrator is still awaiting court proceedings for property damage, threats and criminal possession of weapons.

Source: Derwesten

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