Lakeland McDonald’s eruption leads to woman’s arrest

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22-year-old woman arrested after Lakeland McDonald’s eruption

A 22-year-old woman has been arrested after her actions at a Lakeland McDonald’s. On Thursday, the woman became angry about how long her order took. She then complained to an employee at the store, throwing multiple items, including cups and bottles, at employees. The woman even called 911 and said employees didn’t know how to run a restaurant. The situation lasted for about 10 minutes, and soon the woman’s relative convinced her to leave. “Her actions were outrageous, especially for a place frequented by small children, and she caused about $100 in damage because the items she threw on the floor cannot be used for customers,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judy said in a statement. . She has been arrested on charges of assault, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and 911 abuse.

A 22-year-old woman has been arrested after her actions at a Lakeland McDonald’s.

On Thursday, the woman became angry about how long her order took.

She then complained to an employee at the store, throwing multiple items, including cups and bottles, at employees.

The woman even called 911 and said employees didn’t know how to run a restaurant.

The situation lasted for about 10 minutes, and soon the woman’s relative convinced her to leave.

“Her actions were outrageous, especially for a place frequented by small children, and she caused about $100 in damage because the items she threw on the floor cannot be used for customers,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judy said in a statement. .

She has been arrested on charges of assault, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and 911 abuse.

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