A group of male strangers are then seen trying to calm the situation before it exploded into violence.
One of the girls said: 'Would never normally do this but the kind of stuff bouncers get away with is honestly disgusting.
'This was after my friend had been told to leave because she was eating some chips in the queue and we said can she stand to the side instead of outside on her own at night.'
Once again, youths demanding that the rules shouldn't apply to them and being met - probably for the first time ever - with a firm 'No'.
No one was injured in the incident, which has caused outrage on social media.
But why would youths be met with immediate overwhelming force anyway? C'mon Julia, surely there's no good reason for th..
Jay Byrne, Joseph Byrne and the unnamed teen beat Christopher Molloy to death in an early hours 'gang attack' in the Bootle area of Merseyside last July. The 55-year-old had been accused of 'touching' the boy's girlfriend, before being chased by the Byrnes and their co-defendant through the Strand Shopping Centre.
And they displayed all the modern attitude we've come to expect right throughout the trial.
Judge Neil Flewitt threatened to throw the Byrne brothers out of court after they were seen laughing and grinning during his sentencing remarks.
He said: 'The pair of them are finding this amusing. I am not finding it amusing.' This sparked a foul-mouthed rant from Joseph Byrne, who said 'He is chatting s**the, he's just chatting s**t. He knows he's chatting s**t', the Liverpool Echo reports.
That's why the bouncers don't take any chances. Would you?
Maybe the fact that a *McDonalds* needs bouncers gives a clue as the the disposition of the utter scum that frequent the place?
Totally justified. A few years back it would have been a punch in the gob, rather than a shove. If someone gets in your face, a short sharp shove is a great way to deal with it
"No one was injured in the incident, which has caused outrage on social media."
They are outraged that no one was injured?
Right, all that is understood but why could the girl not eat chips in the queue in the first place? She might have been hungry.
McDonalds...the new euphemism for 'town centre trouble-spot'.
I do so 'enjoy' the 'journalism' involved.
The "big, bad, jack-booted, corporate (normal security-guard, outnumbered and abused, doing his best) bully 'bouncer'", the "sweet innocent (drunk, aggressive, entitled, pussy-pass wielding) victim", the "heroic (staggering drunks, trying to impress the slags to get their leg-overs) bystanders (joining in the attack)", ..., it has it all.
Implications and predictions?
McDonald's and the employer 'will' throw the security-guard under the bus.
No security will work McDonald's ever again 'knowing' this will happen.
McDonald's becomes (even more of) a war-zone and ... closes.
Cue the weeping and wailing about "food deserts" and "poor benighted drunk wimmin unable to safely eat till they throw up in the city centre".
The local 'ethnic' grooming/drug-dealing base will get more business (and no mention of the victims and/or the multiple accidental/self-inflicted 'cultural' machete attacks on drunken 'revellers').
Sound familiar? (Happening, or already happened in a street near you).
"Maybe the fact that a *McDonalds* needs bouncers gives a clue..."
None of those I've ever been in appear to need them. I must lead a sheltered life!
"If someone gets in your face, a short sharp shove is a great way to deal with it"
Indeed. Who wants to take a changce, these days?
"They are outraged that no one was injured?"
Hey, it IS social media! 😁
"Right, all that is understood but why could the girl not eat chips in the queue in the first place?"
"Sound familiar? (Happening, or already happened in a street near you)."
It's all depressingly familiar...
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