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The man throws hot coffee at McDonald's employee for serving him & # 39; watery & # 39; drink



  Nashville, Tennessee McDonald's customer spilled hot coffee on an employee after complaining that the drink was not strong enough. (Photo: Metro Nashville Police Department
Nashville, Tennessee McDonald's customer spilled hot coffee on an employee after complaining that the drink was not strong enough. (Photo: Metro Nashville Police Department

A customer from McDonald's allegedly furious at being served watery "coffee" threw the painful hot drink on an employee.

According to WKRN, Thursday morning, Charles Prince, 54, returned to a McDonald's location at Broadway in Nashville, Tenn. He was holding a cup of coffee he had bought Prince was reportedly upset because his drink was watery and not strong enough. the disc and burned the female employee's arm and left her with visible injuries.

Video: Throwing hot coffee in employee's face, locking her in cooler

WKRN reports that Prince was arrested rt for assault and hel d at the Metro-Davidson County detention facility, released after paying a $ 1,500 bond.

Yahoo Lifestyle could not reach a spokesman at the Metro Nashville Police Department.

Phil Gray, the owner and operator of the McDonald's location, tells Yahoo Lifestyle, "As an owner, it's a big concern for me to make sure I offer a safe and secure restaurant for my customers and employees. appreciate how my team handled the incident, and we continue to work with local law enforcement on this case. "

Hot coffee has been gunning down at McDonald's before – in December, a man in South Carolina was arrested for assault and battery for throwing the drink at a 16-year-old employee when he allegedly waited too long for the order of large French fries.

In March, a man in Ohio threw a tray of two large coffees at a cashier asking to double-check his receipt when she accidentally served him a double order, the employee was injured with first-degree burn, and the suspect was charged with felony assault.

And in May, a New York woman was arrested for assault after being robbed poured hot coffee on an employee, who asked her to remove her feet from a chair. According to the New York Post, the employee was hospitalized for upper body burns.

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