California Woman Chokes McDonald's Manager Over Ketchup Shortage

Mae Love
November 14, 2018

California police are searching for a woman who allegedly assaulted a McDonald's employee after she didn't receive enough ketchup with her order.

In a release, police said she'd come in through the employee entrance in the back, asking for ketchup.

"The manager tells her, 'I'll be glad to help you, you just need to go up front, ' and for whatever reason, she took it upon herself to assault the manager", Cpl.

The video shows a second employee trying to pull the suspect off the manager before she stops to give what appears to be a receipt to a customer at the drive-thru window.

When the store manager told her she couldn't be in the building she became combative.

Police said they hope to find the man, but clarified that he is not in trouble, according to KTLA-TV.

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In the video, the man can be seen coming through the back door before pulling the woman off the employee before escorting her away.

"There's no reason to physically assault someone because you didn't get enough ketchup". "But. we believe if you don't know her, but you might know him - our intent is to get her identified", Bertagna said. "She's the one that committed the crime".

The police department released surveillance footage showing the suspect in gray trousers and a pink shirt shoving an employee in a blue shirt.

The woman is described as being Hispanic and around 20 to 25 years old.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call Santa Ana police at 714-245-8647, or Orange County Crime Stoppers at 1-855-847-6227.

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