Two Clients at a McDonalds in Oklahoma Shoot Two Employees for Refusing To Let Them Sit Inside and Eat Amidst Coronavirus Crisis in U.S

Apart from the two employees, who were both teenagers, a third employee was also injured in the process.

THE changes to our normal life as a result of the coronavirus has affected everyone in their own way, however, some individuals have taken this lifestyle change to the extreme.

This is the case of two customers at a McDonalds last week in Oklahoma City, in the United States who shot at two employees on the premises when they were asked to leave the dining room – which, as a preventative measure, remained close due to the coronavirus crisis in the United States.

According to police sources, the two employees, both teenagers, were injured by the attack, one in the leg and the other in the shoulder, however their lives are not in danger.

The two suspects fled and were arrested shortly thereafter, however this is not the only violent event to take place in the United States since the beginning of the country’s restrictions.

In Michigan, a security officer at a shop was also shot at by a customer after he was asked to put on a face mask – also a mandatory measure at the shop. This security officer later died in hospital.

Also in Michigan, another client responded by wiping his nose on an employee’s shirt when he was asked to put on a face mask when entering the shop.


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Laura Kemp

Originally from UK, Laura is based in Axarquia and is a writer for the Euro Weekly News covering news and features. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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