Diner at McDonald's in Bridgewater Allegedly Throws Fish Sandwich at Employee with Seafood Allergy
A customer at a location of the McDonald's chain south of Boston reportedly struck an employee with a seafood item earlier this week, and the employee just happens to be allergic to seafood.
According to an article in Wicked Local East Bridgewater, a 67-year-old diner at the chain's shop in Bridgewater was "unhappy" with his order Wednesday evening and allegedly threw his Filet-O-Fish sandwich at an 18-year-old employee of the restaurant. A Bridgewater police lieutenant said that the employee was "uninjured" and did not need any kind of medical attention, and that the customer who threw the sandwich has been given a "no-trespass order" and cannot go back to the eatery.
The Bridgewater location of McDonald's is at 222 Broad Street (Route 18), a short distance north of the center of town.