A man has been slammed for his behaviour after he allegedly caused a scene at a McDonald’s because he didn’t like to be told what to do.
A man who allegedly broke a McDonald’s cash register on the floor after being asked to wear a mask was struck by his “terrible” behavior.
Police are looking for the man, who was filmed allegedly pushing equipment inside a fast food restaurant in the western suburb of Kellyville Ridge in Sydney.
The incident came after the man “refused to put on a mask” and was asked to leave, a police spokesman said.
Asked about the incident, NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the behavior was “terrible”.
“It is absolutely amazing what I saw in that TV footage,” Hazzard told reporters.
“Someone who crawled from somewhere and started abusing employees needs all the force of the law that was applied to them. I am confident that the police will do this. “
The incident happened at 8 pm on Saturday at McDonald’s on Windsor Road.
A footage from inside the cafeteria shows the man talking to an employee, looking exasperated and making hand gestures as if he were discussing a point.
Although the video has no sound, the police were informed that the McDonald’s clerk was asking the man to put on a mask before the man became “aggressive”
The man with the mustache is seen in the video using both hands to push an order screen and an EFTPOS machine to the floor before walking out the door.
As of Monday afternoon, no arrests had been made and the investigation was ongoing.