A South Carolina man who police say threw a cup of scorching espresso at a teenage McDonald’s worker as a result of he was mad about his order taking too lengthy turned himself into police almost a month after the incident.
Police mentioned Joshua Emery Noel had a warrant for his arrest issued on January 11th for second-degree assault and battery after surveillance video of him throwing espresso on the 16-year-old worker was launched.
In response to an incident report, Noel requested for a big fry as a result of he was irritated about having to attend for his authentic order. The employee mentioned Noel requested to see a supervisor after which turned upset at her, saying that she rolled her eyes at him.
Noel then motioned for her to re-open the drive-thru window, and when she did, he threw a cup of scorching espresso in her face. The teenager’s mom mentioned she suffered first-degree burns on account of the incident and has since healed.
Noel surrendered to police on Wednesday (Jan. 16) and admitted to throwing espresso on the teenager worker. The incident reportedly occurred on December 21st.
Noel was booked and later launched on $7,500 bond.