Originally published November 19 2014
Watch: McDonald's customers throw adult tantrums, stab employees and assault other customers
by L.J. Devon, Staff Writer
(NaturalNews) The most dangerous place to eat in America is definitely McDonald's. The franchise, which pumps out chemicals disguised as food, erupts in violence from time to time, probably because of all the ingredients and their toxic effects on feeders' minds. Take a look at the strange fibers in Chicken McNuggets.
The most mentally deranged customers often show up here, feasting under the golden arches with greasy grins on their faces. However, when they don't get their way, the grease turns into slobber and they will often throw adult temper tantrums. Some even become zombie-like, bursting through drive-thru windows, grabbing employees by the collar. Some even resort to stabbing employees and assaulting other customers when they don't get what they want.
Crazed gals denied their breakfast, turn into McDonald's wrecking ballsTake for instance these gals, who got out of bed a little late and missed the breakfast menu. Too late for the McGriddle, they voiced their frustration at an employee. When a customer told them to take a chill pill, the gals went into a violent rage, shouting profanities and turning into wrecking balls. An onlooker caught the scene on camera as the two crazies turned the inside of the Philadelphia McDonald's inside out. Warning: Video contains violence and explicit language:
Early morning zombie rides up and bursts through McDonald's window, hissing for McNuggetsThis brings back memory of this possessed zombie woman, who rode up to a Toledo, Ohio, McDonald's drive-thru. When she didn't get her McNuggets at 6:30 in the morning, she went into a violent rage, coming out of her car and grabbing an employee by the collar as she busted through the drive-thru window. Hissing and screaming persistently, the specimen was caught on a security camera trying to get through the window. The workers struggled for a moment, shutting the window, but that didn't stop the enraged zombie. Losing the battle, she heaved a bottle at the window, busting the glass, blowing a hole through the window.
Knife-wielding zombie attacks McDonald's employeeIf these videos aren't violent enough, how about the recent McDonald's stabbing in Philadelphia? Police are looking for a suspect who was caught on McDonald's cameras threatening employees and then stabbing one outside. As the malicious suspect and his companion were eating inside, they were told that the dining room was about to close. The employees then asked the two to leave. The two weren't very happy and quickly became irate, arguing with several employees, following one outside. That's when things went violent. As the employee walked away, the malicious McDonald's zombie went on the attack, stabbing the employee. The employee ran and was chased by the zombie through the parking lot.
McDonald's products feed mental illnessFinally, there's the story of a woman who hijacked her boyfriend's truck and ran him over three times because he wouldn't go to McDonald's with her.
McDonald's food, far from being real, is fueling an epidemic. It's not just fueling an epidemic of fattening waist lines, diarrhea-filled sewage lines and backed up arteries. It's also fueling an epidemic of mental disorders. All the artificial ingredients are taking a toll on feeders' minds, feeding an overstimulated yet depressed population with more anxiety-causing ingredients.
The product that McDonald's has created is now imploding within its own walls, lashing back at itself, through the deranged behavior of a miserable, nutrient-deprived generation.
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