NC Woman Arrested For Jumping Line At McDonalds

wordsplaytoday By wordsplaytoday, 6th Feb 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/qctjs2sf/
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Hope Mill, NC woman arrested for cutting in line at McDonald's after refusing to leave.

Woman Arrested For Cutting In Line At McDonalds

I am here to say that the story of the Hope Mills, NC woman who cut in line at a McDonald's and was shocked by police isn’t even funny. I understand the woman was rude but maybe she had a reason. I know that dealing with restaurant workers anywhere can cause a person to go insane.
If you haven’t noticed they have become the rudest people on earth. They mess your order up and do not say they are sorry for it. I will not name which ones but here in my small town in NC at night on one side of town they do not sell the cheaper menu items. The bad thing is on the other side of town at the same restaurant chain they do sell the cheaper menu items. Let us also cover the fact that when you employ Spanish speaking workers they should also be able to speak fluent English. I cannot understand what you are saying to me and I feel that if I am in the USA I should not have to decipher what you are saying.
For whatever reason Evangeline Lucca pulled up to the pickup window instead of waiting in line I hope we will find out soon. I sometimes want to reach through my car window and snatch up a worker at the drive thru so I am pretty sure she had her reasons. It is too bad she had to act this way in front of her three year old daughter.

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Arrested, Car, Child, Customer Server, Daughter, Jumping In Line, Mcdonalds, Rude

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
6th Feb 2012 (#)

Thanks for sharing.

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
14th Feb 2012 (#)

Likewise I have been frustrated at the queues etc at the average fast-food establishment making them anything but fast food and there is no excuse for bad behaviour but surely that is not an arrestable offence.

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author avatar ittech
20th Feb 2012 (#)

TX 2 share

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author avatar ittech
29th Feb 2012 (#)

Great share, thank you.

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