The story of Sarah Lockner, the McDonald’s employee who tried to flush her newborn baby down the toilet.
The Daily Wire reported:
On September 4, Sarah Lockner, 25, who was working as a cashier, started making frequent visits to the bathroom, complaining that her stomach hurt. Her boss allowed her to leave early, but she stayed in the bathroom after checking out at roughly 10 p.m. A co-worker finally followed her into the bathroom and saw blood on the floor.
According to the San Mateo County district attorney, Lockner told the co-worker that the blood was from a heavy menstrual period. Then another co-worker showed up, peered over the stall and allegedly saw the newborn boy face-down in the toilet with Lockner’s hand on its back.
4Chan posted pictures of dozens of expensive, unmarked, buses took to Chicago filled with “protestors” holding uniform and expensively printed signs. Thousands of people have recently taken to the streets of Chicago to protest the current minimum wage and demand an increase to $15/hr.
Yesterday, hundreds of paid protesters went to McDonalds headquarters and Trump tower for their protests:
The McDonald’s employees who called the cops on the Facebook killer are going to get the $50,000 reward … at least if law enforcement has its way.
We spoke with local and federal law enforcement officials who tell us … they believe the employees were the lynchpin that caused cops to corner Steve Stephens in Erie, PA. As you know, Stephens killed himself.
As for the reward, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson said, “There is an award up to $50,000 for the arrest of Mr. Steve Stephens. The money comes from the FBI, ATF and U.S. Marshal Service.”
Sticklers could argue no one should get the award because Stephens wasn’t arrested, but there have been similar cases over the years where law enforcement determined the reward conditions were met.
The law enforcement officials with whom we spoke say it’s clear … the McDonald’s employees made the difference. They spotted Stephens and stalled him at the drive-thru so cops could make their move.
We’re told so far there have been no official meetings on the reward, but it sounds like the employees are in for a big surprise.
( Fox News ) An 8-year-old Ohio boy wanted a cheeseburger so badly, he got behind the wheel of his dad’s van and took matters into his own hands, police said.
The boy said it was simple: He just watched some YouTube videos on how to drive a car, according to investigators. Before long, they said he chauffeured his sister effortlessly to the McDonald’s half a mile from his East Palestine home while his parents were sleeping.
Witnesses said the 8-year-old obeyed all traffic laws like making sure to stop properly at red lights, waiting for traffic to pass before taking a left turn, and staying within the speed limits, Fox 5 reported.
When the two siblings pulled up to the drive-through window with piggy bank money in tow, the McDonald’s workers were convinced this was all a prank.
“The workers thought that the parents were in the back, but obviously they weren’t,” responding patrolman Jacob Koehler told WFMJ.
When confronted by the police, the boy realized he had done something wrong and told Koehler through tears that he just really wanted a cheeseburger, according to the Weirton Daily Times.
The children did get to eat at McDonald’s while they waited for their grandparents to pick them up. No charges are being filed.
- ‘I’m gonna kill you n****!’, the staff member says as he continues to pummel the man.
( Daily Mail ) One customer was certainly not ‘lovin’ it’ after a McDonald’s worker lost his cool and beat up a guest whom he claimed had ‘disrespected’ him.
As soon as the video begins fists are already seen to be flying.
The worker, dressed in black, looks to be virtually sitting on top of the customer who is laid out on the floor.
‘Somebody call the police please!’, shouts a woman who can be heard in the background.
The punches then come at an astonishing rate from both the right and left smacking the man about the head and in his face.
The guest has no chance to recover, nor is able to defend himself as he is struck continuously with tremendous force.
‘I’ve got customers in the dining room!’ the woman yells back at her staff member to no effect whatsoever.
‘I’m gonna kill you n****!’, the staff member says as he continues to pummel the man.
A video has emerged of a fight that broke out in the dining room of a United States McDonald’s.
The footage starts out showing three people hitting each other in the back of the restaurant, two women wearing black and pink, and a man in a gray sweatshirt.
The fight moves across the restaurant and other people join in, some throwing punches and others attempting to pull the individuals who are fighting apart from one another.
The young woman in pink begins picking up chairs, and the woman in black seems to attempt to tackle the young man in the gray sweatshirt. All the while people are yelling expletives and the scene becomes increasingly chaotic.
The brawl seems to emerge between the young man and the two girls, who appear to be sisters. At one point a McDonald’s manager seems to attempt to intervene, but has little success.
Towards the end of the video, someone yells ‘why has nobody called the police,’ and people are finally able to grab hold of all three individuals who initially started the fight and forcibly separate them.
Warren Buffett, 86, eats McDonald’s for breakfast EVERYDAY and drinks several cans of coke daily.
The 86-year-old billionaire still lives in the five-bedroom home in Omaha, Nebraska, that he bought in 1958 for $31,500. And he never spends more than $3.17 on breakfast.
On his five-minute drive to the office, which he’s been doing for the past 54 years, Buffett stops by McDonald’s and orders one of three items.
“I tell my wife, as I shave in the morning, I say, ‘Either $2.61, $2.95 or $3.17.’ And she puts that amount in the little cup by me here [in the car],” he explains in HBO’s documentary, “Becoming Warren Buffett,” which debuted Monday.
Each amount corresponds with a different option at McDonald’s.
“When I’m not feeling quite so prosperous, I might go with the $2.61, which is two sausage patties, and then I put them together and pour myself a Coke,” he tells director Peter Kunhardt in the documentary.
“$3.17 is a bacon, egg and cheese biscuit, but the market’s down this morning, so I’ll pass up the $3.17 and go with the $2.95.”