Police on lookout for suspect in McDonald's brawl over ketchup

Shocking moment a McDonald’s manager is beaten up over missing ketchup

Shocking moment a McDonald’s manager is beaten up over missing ketchup

According to the Santa Ana Police Department, the woman entered the restaurant through an employee back door entrance and asked for some ketchup.

When she was told to move to the front of the restaurant, she responded by assaulting the employee.

Another employee is also seen in the video trying to pull the woman off of the manager.

Santa Ana Police Department have issued an appeal for information on the woman's identity.

ABC7 reports the store manager informed her that she could not be in the employee area and the woman became violent, kicking, punching and choking the manager.

The woman "pushed, punched, and choked" the McDonald's employee, according to the police department in a November 13 news release.

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It eventually ended when a man in the black shorts believed to be with her intervened and escorted the woman out of the resaturant.

Police have described the woman as a Hispanic female with brown hair.

Police are searching for the man as well, hoping to speak with him about the incident. "We're actually grateful for the service he provided, he stopped the assault", Bertgana told KTLA. They emphasized he is not in trouble.

He added: "She's the one that committed the crime".

The video released by police this week shows a woman wearing a light pink T-shirt and dark grey trousers choking and slamming the manager's head against a soda machine in kitchen area.

"There's no reason to physically assault someone because you didn't get enough ketchup".

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