California woman who attacked McDonald's leader over ketchup tends to be guilty
A California woman pleaded guilty and was smitten with jail time to attack a McDonald's boss because she did not receive enough ketchup with her order.
On April 12, Mayra Berenice Gallo was sentenced to 18 days behind bars and 15 days of community service for the October 2018 event, which was widespread in a Santa Ana placement of the fast food chain, NBC 4 reports. The 24-year-old woman, also by Santa Ana, has also been asked to enroll in an anger management course and has been put on informal probation for three years.
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Mayra Berenice Gallo, 24, was arrested Wednesday for allegedly punching and strangled a McDonald's employee in Santa Ana, Calif.
(Santa Ana Police Department)
In the fall, Gallo entered Mickey D's through the employee's back door looking for ketchup because she allegedly "didn't get her ketchup, or enough [of the condiment]" with the meal she had ordered on the drive-through, a restaurant staff told the OC register.
Although a manager told the woman, they would be "happy" to help her if she came in front of the restaurant, Gallo "became", according to KABC TV.
Surveillance video shows that Gallo strikes the employee's head into drinking machines.
Although other employees at McDonalds tried and failed to intervene, Gallo did not leave the restaurant until a male accomplice entered the fast food chain.
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The woman was arrested in November and accused of suspected abuses at the Santa Ana Police Department Prison.
"There's no reason physics Y attacked anyone because you didn't get enough ketchup," Cpl. Anthony Bertagna Bertagna told KTLA TV.
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Fox News & # 39; Kaitlyn Schallhorn and Stephen Sorace contributed to this report.