Did you hear the one about the two female customers who walked into a Greenwich Village, New York, McDonald's and had to carried out on stretchers?
Thursday, October 13, 2011, around 12:30 a.m., two female customers, Denise Darbeau and Rachel Edwards, both 24, went the McDonald's at 136 West 3rd Street in New York.
When they tried to pay for their food with a 50 dollar bill, cashier, Rayon McIntosh, 31, said he needed to make sure the bill wasn't counterfeit.
Denise Darbeau, whom eyewitnesses described as "masculine" and "aggressive", became enraged and slapped McIntosh in the face.
When Darbeau and Edwards went behind the McDonald's counter to further confront McIntosh, they got the beating of their lives.
McIntosh, armed with a long metal rod or pipe, beat the women into a submissive, bloody pulp.
As McIntosh delivered his bone shattered blows, a female customer frantically screamed, "Stop it! Stop! Stop! Call the fucking cops!"
According to one report, Darbeau, the woman who slapped McIntosh, received a broken arm and a fractured skull. Edwards walked away with a deep cut.
Darbeau and Edwards were charged with menacing, trespassing, and disorderly conduct.
McIntosh was arrested and his bail was set at $40,000.
Authorities say McIntosh once served ten years in prison for shooting a 17-year-old classmate to death.
Chicago News Report contacted the McDonald's. This what they had to say:
“I am extremely disturbed by the events captured on tape and I am concerned for those injured. The actions of this individual are unacceptable and not characteristic of my employees. This individual no longer works for my organization.
Operating safe, welcoming restaurants is my top priority. I am fully cooperating with authorities in the investigation.”
WARNING! THIS VIDEO CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE AND EXTREME VIOLENCE.