A Pennsylvania man is dealing with criminal indictments for supposedly attacking a Burger King worker in late June.
Court records demonstrated that Butler Township police captured Austin Addison, 21, on charges of badgering, jumbled lead, and criminal wickedness regarding a June 26 occurrence which unfurled at a Burger King.
TMZ revealed that Addison entered the café, tossed his keys, and requested to see a female representative he said he knew. An observer apparently attempted to quiet Addison down before somebody began recording.
During the 13-second video, Addison tosses a menu at a Burger King laborer while shouting about having a female representative “put in prison for an amazing remainder.”
The Burger King representative is seen educating Addison that he is being recorded when Addison comes to over the counter and slaps the laborer. Addison then tempests out of the eatery.
The female worker Addison alludes to in the video isn’t seen on camera. While a few reports demonstrated that Addison offered bigoted remarks before cameras began moving, TMZ revealed that the episode doesn’t have all the earmarks of being racially persuaded.
Addison was delivered from authority without posting bail. His arraignment is planned for September 22.