Video shows Florida man attacking McDonald's employee over plastic straw

Video shows Florida man attacking McDonald's employee over plastic straw

Video shows Florida man attacking McDonald's employee over plastic straw

One witness told CNN the man had tried to insist there was no such law.

Yasmine James, 20, on Wednesday hired Clearwater-based attorney Michele Rayner-Goolsby.

Meanwhile, Biandudi said she is glad her cellphone video may have helped capture what transpired. She gained the upper hand before fellow workers stepped in.

"My problem is he called me last night about 6:30 pm", wrote Doraetta Hesse.

However, the man is arrested and spent New Year's day in a jail cell. He was arrested and charged with simple battery. He pulled her close to his face.

The two continued to hurl profanities at each other as they were separated again before the video ends. Fists flew and so did expletives. Yet it was only when another McDonald's employee intervened, did he let go of the woman. It took employees nearly 15 seconds to separate them.

The man was later identified as Daniel Taylor.

Then to the manager, the man said, "You're going to give me a goddamn refund".

They also want to see McDonald's update its policy to include training for employees on how to handle aggressive customers.

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James was not injured, but Bell complained of pain. He reportedly kicked another employee in the stomach on his way out.

By that time, Biandudi had gotten her order and gone outside to her daughter.

"The only reason I let them post the video is because (Taylor) had not been caught", she added.

Biandudi recalls that Taylor returned later to the establishment just a few minutes after the altercation to confront the manager.

Bentil said the motive behind the attack is still under investigation.

In a statement, McDonald's said they had been in contact with police.

James believes she is getting paid while on leave however McDonald's has not yet confirmed this information. The video of the fight was uploaded by a customer named Brenda Biandudi on her Facebook account and soon it went crazily viral.

The video shooter's son, T.J. Biandudi, is proud of his mother's actions.

According to the Washington Post, Biandudi said that the argument began when wanted a staw and couldn't find it at the condiment bar. "She needs to keep her job and I seriously hope she will". "We need to just treat each other right".

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