McDonald’s customer spews racist abuse at staff after they reject his £50 note

Police have launched a manhunt after a customer reportedly hurled racist abuse at McDonald's staff after they rejected his £50 note.

Hampshire Constabulary were called to one of the outlets after the man started shouting at a staff member who refused his method of payment, which is against the company's policy.

He also reportedly tried to punch another staff member during the altercation which took place at the site located on Shirley Road on January 25.

Police are now calling on members of the public who may have witnessed the ordeal that happened at around 10.50 pm, reports Hampshire Live.

Hampshire Constabulary are interested to speak with the man in the CCTV image as they believe he has valuable information for their enquiries.

The Daily Star previously reported on a father who allegedly ordered his child to shoot at police as he was being restrained at a McDonald's in America.

Saadat Shamille Johnson, 27, had reportedly kicked off at the fast food restaurant after he received the wrong order at the site in Midvale, Utah.

The dad then hollered out the instructions to his four-year-old child, who is thought to have obliged.

Fortunately, the officer that was allegedly fired at was able to deflect the weapon as it went off and dodge the bullet with just burns to his arms.

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Sgt. Melody Cutler couldn't believe what had happened and said: “I’ve been in law enforcement for 27 years and I’ve never seen anything like this.

“That a four-year-old even knows how to utilize a firearm and point it at an officer and pull the trigger is incredibly disturbing.

"We don’t have much else at this point. Our investigation is continuing.”

If you have any information regarding the McDonald's Hampshire incident, you can phone 101 or report quoting the reference 44220034904.

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