Sherman Lee Brown Was Mad His McDonald’s Order Was Taking Too Long, So He Punched The Female Worker In The Face | August 23
Leesburg: Florida man Sherman Lee Brown got out of the car he was in and hit a McDonald’s drive-thru employee in the face because he didn’t receive his food fast enough.
The victim said Sherman Lee Brown was in the passenger’s seat of his girlfriend’s silver Ford Focus at about 3:20 a.m. on July 30 when he started getting angry about how long they’d been in the drive-thru line.
He got out of the Focus and began yelling at the occupants of the vehicle in front of his.
When the Focus got to the drive-thru window, Brown began screaming at the employee, calling her derogatory names and telling her to, “Hurry the (expletive) up.”
Police said the victim told Brown that she wouldn’t serve him unless he stopped the verbal abuse, which is when he got out of the vehicle again and threatened to hit the victim.
The employee tried to close the drive-thru window, but Brown hit her in the face, knocking off her glasses and causing redness and swelling on her cheek and eye, as well as a cut on her lip.
The silver Ford Focus was pulled over the next day and police said they were able to identify Brown as the suspect in the case. He and his girlfriend were trespassed from the McDonald’s.
Sherman Lee Brown, 34, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of burglary and battery with one prior conviction.
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