On the evening Maccas ran to the end in court after complaining by someone who was in a hurry. making fast food and his brother converted brutally.
Leslie McDonagh visited McDonald's restaurant in Manchester, England on the afternoon of December 21 last year, and ordered Mac Mòr's tummy.
But when the order was ready, a 53-year-old man's displacement was banned after he was aware of his wound on his food.
It came to an end to call emergency services to make a complaint about a & # 39; get "wrong food", which he said he could not eat due to "badness", Metro reports.
The police suddenly appeared on the scene, and he found out that he also attempted to fight the responsibility manager over his / her. menu.
But the situation quickly turned faster, with Mr McDonagh falling to the ground and his / her; Take an officer after he asked the building to leave, news.com.au recites.
When he was taken away by the police, he would also have a victim in an officer's face.
According to a meter, Mr McDonagh left a financial worker, a Christmas party at an early time and met his wife to mark their anniversary before arriving at McDonald's for grip.
He said he lost six cannons of beer before he arrived at the restaurant, with the event that took place at around 10.30pm called "Mad Mad" – one of the busiest nights in 2018 due to the majority of Christmas parties that were held on that year.
Mr McDonagh advocated invasion by working on an emergency worker and being drunk and irregularly in a public place at a recent lease court.
He received a 12-month community order plus work worth £ 190 ($ AU342.92) and 120 unpaid hours.
Prosecutor Paul Sumner gave new scenes to the spectacular event.
"Police told him that the wrong food order was not a legitimate reason for them to cite and ask them to go away," he said.
"Try to get rid of the building, it has fallen to the ground and tried to hold hold on the officer's feet.
"The police were then able to preserve their legacy with their arms in the gut and removed it from their shop.
"The officers were defending the defendant and as long as they did, he spat in one of the officers. He was arrested for being drunk and irregularly and attacking an emergency worker. "
But Claire Parrot, a defense lawyer, said Mr McDonagh's actions were due to his poor food and said he had "been spoiled" by his actions that night.
"One thing that was unclear is not just an argument about the wrong order, the person has bad problems," she said, according to Metro.
"He specifically asked for something that was not the food and that was. That's how this started." In fact, it now recognizes that there were no police issues. He named them how McDonald's staff were.
"The memory of the event is not ready but it was completely surprised and embarrassed. It was not a planned attack on the officer, he says that he is not a brutal person there. "