A viral TikTok video has actually caught the minute a mad client walked behind the counter at a McDonald’s restaurant in California and took off a staff member’s mask.

The short clip was at first posted on the video-sharing platform in January by Deicy Calderon, where it generated more than a million views.

In a caption, Calderon wrote that the encounter was obviously prompted by a breakfast burrito that the worker had actually forgotten to put in the lady’s order.

” Karen’s of Orange County, apparently this was over a breakfast burrito they forgot to put in,” the caption on the video said. Calderon has actually been called for remark.

” I desire to understand your name,” the irate woman, who is using a face mask herself, is heard asking a female worker at the start of the clip.

The lady continues to ask the employee for her name, prior to walking around the dining establishment’s counter.

The lady declines to move and continues to ask for the worker’s name.

Then, she reaches forward and snatches off the worker’s face mask.

At this point, a male staff member approaches while the female staff member appears to be making a phone call.

” What is her name? You tell me today,” she asks the male staff member.

Seconds later on, she decides to rush away. “She’s going to jail,” she adds, prior to leaving the restaurant.

” OK. Thank you. Have an excellent day,” the male worker says.

Sgt. Phil McMullin, a representative for the Orange Police Department, informed Newsweek that the occurrence happened at a McDonald remains in the 2400 block of North Tustin Street on January 24.

Officers reacted to the McDonald’s at around 11 a.m. that day, he stated, after an employee reported a consumer “entered the dining establishment and tore her mask off.”

McMullin added: “Officers reacted and the customer had currently left the location. Officers got in touch with the employee and carried out a location search for the consumer. No additional action was requested.”

McDonald’s has been contacted for additional comment.

On its website, McDonald’s has actually laid out numerous measures being taken in restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic– consisting of fewer people dealing with each shift, additional screens in kitchens and service areas to maintain social distancing.

The business likewise said it is offering workers with extra protective equipment, including face coverings.

McDonald's branch in San Francisco
A sign is published in front of a McDonald’s restaurant on January 30, 2018 in San Francisco, California.
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