A worker at a Sydney Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has been suspended for going on a violent, curse-laden tirade after a customer asked for bacon.
Instead, a violent outburst from a fast-food employee is exactly what one patron got when asking for bacon on their sandwich.
The shocking incident was recorded. The employee continues to yell and smacks the cash register display on its side before other workers grab him and lead him outside.
“Don’t record me, b*tch! Don’t f*cking record me!” the KFC employee, who has become disgruntled about the request for bacon, rants, and yells, smacking the cash register display over before another worker grabs him in an attempt to calm him down.
As he is led around the corner, he continues, “I’m gonna f*cking break your head, bro!”
A spokesman for KFC Australia told ninemsn the employee had been suspended over the incident and offered counseling.
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According to The Blaze reports, the employee was suspended after the screaming incident, “KFC Australia strongly condemns the behavior of the team member who appears in the clip and sincerely apologizes for this very inappropriate reaction,” a KFC spokesman said.
Here’s an excerpt from Local Australian news reports:
The violent outburst happened at a Halal-friendly KFC in Punchbowl on December 26, allegedly after a customer became angry after being refused bacon on their burger.The Punchbowl restaurant does not serve bacon or pork in accordance with Islamic law, and one employee can be heard saying “we don’t have bacon” before the other begins yelling.
“Don’t record me bitch!” he screams as he approaches the counter. “Don’t f—ing record me!”
The employee continues to yell and smacks the cash register display on its side, before other workers grab him and lead him outside.
“I’m gonna f—in break your head bro,” he says to the person filming as he is led around the corner out of sight.
A spokesman for KFC Australia told ninemsn the employee had been suspended over the incident and offered counselling.
“KFC Australia strongly condemns the behaviour of the team member who appears in the clip and sincerely apologises for this very inappropriate reaction,” the spokesman said.