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Surprising footage has emerged of a McDonald’s employee being sprayed within the face with a fireplace extinguisher throughout a horrific drive-thru prank.
The lady was working on the Heidelberg retailer in Melbourne’s north east when two vehicles drove by the drive-thru early at 2am on Saturday.
CCTV footage reveals the 21-year-old lean ahead out the window as she awaits for the automotive to roll up earlier than a cloud of white mud explodes in her face.
She seems to be tossed backwards from the influence.
Her father, Steve Pal informed Every day Mail Australia his daughter was fortunate she was severely injured from the prank.
‘She may’ve been blinded,’ he mentioned.
‘I do not consider utilizing one thing like fireplace extinguisher for a prank is a prank. Sooner or later assault is not a prank. That was clearly assault.
‘She was very fortunate, stuff like that should not occur.’
Ms Pal has been recovering from a sore throat because the incident.
Heidelberg Constable Kim Buffett mentioned police are investigating the incident.
She mentioned that whereas there have been no bodily accidents, the employee had been visibly shaken.
‘She has needed to take day without work work as a result of shock of the unprovoked assault.’
The individuals have been white and travelling in a dark-coloured car.
A spokesman for McDonald’s mentioned: ‘The protection of all of our crew is our primary precedence, and we’re grateful this didn’t lead to a extra severe damage.
‘This type of behaviour is unacceptable and we’re working with police to research.’