You've heard of road rage, well now how about McNugget rage. It seems an incident in a McDonald's outlet in Toledo, Ohio so upset one customer that she launched a tirade of abuse. WTF! Is this lady insane or what?! Besides that my only other question is why is this just now making the news when the whole incident happened new years day? I understand that police just released this video, but still..this insanity should have been public news all over the world way before now.
UPDATE: Toledo police release video of the "McNuggets Rage" incident
JANUARY 4--Meet Melodi Dushane.
Angered that Chicken McNuggets were not available at an Ohio McDonald's, the Toledo woman allegedly put her fist through the eatery's drive-thru window. The January 1 McNuggets rage incident resulted in Dushane, 24, being arrested for felony vandalism and booked into the Lucas County jail, where the mug shot at left was snapped.
According to a Toledo Police Department report, Dushane pulled up to the drive-thru window Friday at 6:20 AM and ordered "Chicken McNuggets and other dinner items." When informed that McDonald's stopped serving dinner selections at 2:30 AM, Dushane began arguing with employee Melissa Vasquez. At one point, Dushane "leaned out of her car, into the window, and punched Melissa in her mouth," cops reported.
When night manager Tia Walker appeared at the window, Dushane took a swing at her, prompting a tussle. When the women separated, Dushane "then punched the drive through window, breaking it" and sending glass flying everywhere. The scene of the alleged chicken crime can be seen here, thanks to Google's Street View feature. Dushane, next due in court on January 28, has been ordered to stay away from the fast food outlet.
Last March, a Florida woman was arrested after she called 911 three times to complain that a McDonald's was out of Chicken McNuggets. "This is an emergency. If I would have known they didn't have McNuggets, I wouldn't have given my money, and now she wants to give me a McDouble, but I don't want one," Latreasa Goodman told a police operator.