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Ohio French Fry Dispute

Ohio French Fry Dispute - Police say a dispute over the freshness of french fries got heated at a McDonald's in northern Ohio. Authorities say a customer refused fries waiting Sunday night in their serving pouches at the restaurant near Sandusky. The manager insisted the fries were fresh.

Police say they were called when the customer said he wouldn't leave until he got different fries. He told officers a McDonald's employee struck him with a mop.

The Sandusky Register reports that a witness said the worker acted only as though he was going to hit the man and said the customer called the employee a derogatory name.

No charges were filed. Police say the man got his money back and left without fries.

Ohio French Fry Dispute

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Anonymous said…
Incidents like this are why I have left the food industry altogether. There are so many people out there trying to get something for free. I managed a chain pizza restaurant for two years. I have had people threaten me and want to "come back there and kick your #$%^ over a pizza. Too many people just don't know how to behave in a public place anymore. Nothing against McDonalds, but do you really expect haute cuisine there? I would have offered the guy his money back just to get him out of my store, but only two people really know what happened and I'm sure the manager in question can't speak for fear of losing his job and the customer probably doesn't want to be identified for fear of people knowing he's an idiot.

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