A Raging BC Lady Threw Her Hot Coffee At A McDonald's Employee In The Drive-Thru (VIDEO)

Because they gave her the wrong drink ...
A Raging BC Lady Threw Her Hot Coffee At A McDonald's Employee In The Drive-Thru (VIDEO)

Dashcam footage from October 10 has surfaced showing a woman chucking her coffee at a worker in a Nanaimo McDonald's drive-thru. 

According to CTV News, local RCMP said that the reason for the outburst was that she was served the wrong beverage. 

Apparently, the manager had replaced the drink and refunded the difference. But, it clearly didn't end there. 

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The driver who captured the footage told CTV News that the woman came up to the window from a parked car and threw the drink at the employee. 

According to Nanaimo Bulletin, police say she could face charges if she is found. 

She's described as Caucasian with long brown hair and is believed to be between 40 and 50 years old. 

The employee was not hurt and continued to work after it happened. 

Anyone who has info about this woman or the incident is asked to call the Nanaimo RCMP non-emergency line at 250-754-2345.

This article's cover photo is for illustrative purposes only. 

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