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Young Russian Mum Attacks McDonalds Diners Over Slow Service

Story ByMichael Leidig, Sub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyNewsflash

This is the moment a young Russian mum attacks other customers and refuses to be escorted out of a McDonald’s restaurant by security guards out of anger over the slow service.

The incident took place at a McDonald’s store in the western Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod.

The woman, name not disclosed, was holding a child in her arms when she responded angrily to a McDonald’s worker announcing a break in new orders to keep up with their current backlog.

Woman holding a child started a brawl at a McDonald’s restaurant in Nizhny Novgorod, western Russia. (@region53/Newsflash)

The news site NTV said the woman threw a tray of food on the floor and started screaming at other customers who told her to calm down. At first, she insulted a young woman next to her, saying: “Awful mare, lose weight first!”

In the footage, she apparently slaps the young woman on the head and says: “Do you know who my husband is?”

As a result, two security guards approached her and asked her to leave the restaurant. The angry mother put her child down and tried to resist being ejected, but the guards did not allow it.

Woman holding a child started a brawl at a McDonald’s restaurant in Nizhny Novgorod, western Russia. (@region53/Newsflash)

Being forcibly removed from the fast-food restaurant, the woman looked back and shouted: “Hope you die, mare!”

A day later, the woman reportedly sent a message to the person who published the video apologising for her behaviour and requesting that they take the footage down.

However, she was told that consent was not needed and that she should apologise to everyone in the restaurant at the time.

A girl who was attacked by the annoyed woman at a McDonald’s restaurant in Nizhny Novgorod, western Russia. (@region53/Newsflash)

It is unclear if the local authorities are looking into the matter.

Michael Leidig

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