A man punched a 16-year-old girl over an argument of who skipped in the line at a McDonalds in South Los Angeles which was caught on the restaurant's video camera.
An attack on a teen by a man at a McDonalds in South Los Angeles was caught on the restaurant's video camera. The man allegedly punched the 16-year-old girl over an argument of who skipped in the line.
This all happened in a matter of seconds at the McDonald's near Crenshaw and Florence in South LA on the morning of September 14. The unidentified man wearing a blue polo shirt suddenly attacked and repeatedly punched the 16-year-old girl in the face, then afterwards fled the scene along with two small boys, who were with him during the incident, in a red truck with no license plate.
The LAPD have released the video in hopes of capturing the man with help from the public in identifying the alleged attacker who the LAPD say is a 35 and 40-years-old black male, five feet, ten inches tall, weighing around 170 pounds.
From watching the video, the man with two young boys can be seen 'bogarding' two girls in line prompting another teenage girl, the victim in the incident, to confront the man which led to the attack on the 16 year-old who was later treated at a nearby hospital for her injuries. Watch the video.