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Burger King Employee Remembers To Clock Out Before Decking a Customer

A Burger King drive-thru in Lower Paxton Township, PA recently became a scene of violence after an argument erupted between a customer and an employee. It all started when the employee allegedly “refused to display the price of a meal on the order board.” An argument ensued, resulting in the employee removing his headset and telling a manager to clock him out before approaching the customer’s vehicle, throwing a soda on him and punching him in the side of the head.

The 59-year-old customer admitted to calling the employee a “derogatory” name following the dispute and suffered swelling and a bruise. The employee apparently disappeared after the altercation and is facing a simple assault charge, however his whereabouts are unknown.

(via Pennlive via The Consumerist)


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