posted on Oct, 16 2011 @ 12:29 AM
McDonalds Employee Beats Up Two Women With A Metal Stick
After verbal abuse by one patron, Another reaches over and hits the employee. Then when two go over the counter to attack the employee, he beats them
down with a metal stick, repeatedly after a pause, one must conclude the attackers had not surrendered and trying to get up brought on some further
defensive blows, which seem to have rendered the attackers a non threat.
The problem is, some wonder if in defense, the employee went overboard with the metal stick.
Does the breach of the employees only area constitute attempted robbery?
Or are these kids just trying to act tough?
I believe that there was a high percentage chance that one of the aggressors were packin' heat, but the employee seems to have lucked out in that
department and seemed intent to allow them a pass on more of a beating had they stayed down and surrendered.
Will the employeer be praised as a hero? of Fired for not letting the purps beat his ass, (i.e. take one for the team)?
What do you think?
was he unneccessarily brutal in his defense?
Will they 'sue' for injuries?
Personally, I feel that if this kind of aggressive behavior were punishable by 30 lashes with a cat of nine tails, or banishment in an unfriendly
dangerous wilderness, or even worse, let the neighborhood children have him, these kind of crimes would be ultimately stopped because it would not be
worth the risk.