Skip to comments.Costumed Characters Brawl Over McDonald's Breakfast Sandwich
Posted on 11/04/2011 5:18:45 AM PDT by rightwingintelligentsia
WEST VIEW, Pa. -- Police said a group of people dressed in Halloween costumes got into a fight outside the local McDonald's restaurant early Sunday morning, and now they are showing surveillance video of the incident.
"I'm not saying I'm right for what I did, but it was just a very messed-up situation," assault suspect Melinda Klinge said.
(Click the "play" button above to watch the video, with narration by a police officer.)
Klinge may not end up as the only suspect. Police said more charges may be filed as they review the video and continue investigating.
"I could see at least two others charged with -- at minimum -- disorderly conduct, harassment, simple assault," West View Police Chief Bruce Fromlak said.
According to police, Klinge was with a person dressed as Cookie Monster and another as Ernie from the "Sesame Street" television show. A fourth person was also in the vehicle, police said.
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Drunk McDonalds Fights. Bah bah bah bah bahhh....I’m loving it.
You get between me and my Sausage McMuffin and there’s gonna be trouble.
You should never bring a McMuffin to a Big Mac fight.
The video had no costumed characters - just the woman dressed in the yellow skirt beating the crap out of the other woman (to the point of collapse and siezure) with her shoe (a weapon).
Come on! What was this "fourth person's" costume? Hmm?
Well, I know I’m almost driven to violence every time I hear that insipid McDonald’s “Hang Out with Breakfast” commercial on the radio. I don’t think I’ve ever heard a worse commerical.
Looks more like the Snookie Monster to me.
This is more expected at a Waffle House I’d think....
It is a fight, not a brawl. Low class.
Typical Obama voters.
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