Skip to comments.Customers Prevent Robbery At McDonald's [video of it at link]
Posted on 05/01/2013 6:13:52 PM PDT by grundle
This security camera footage captures a truly terrifying robbery in progress. When a masked and armed would-be robber stormed into a McDonald's in Melbourne, Australia, he quickly made the customers move to the floor and began emptying the cash registers. However when he put his gun down to stuff his bag with money he ended up getting overpowered by two brave customers who saw their opportunity to prevent the crime and took swift action.
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LIE, LIE, LIE. Guns are prohibited in Australia. Nice try though.
Yeah. I thought the commie libs gelded all of the males in Australia and then took away their guns.
How’d the guy get a gun?
Was it registered?
That video is very shocking and disturbing. I didn’t know they allowed white people into McDonald’s any more.
Follow up to the story: Two men arrested by Australian police for possessing an unregistered weapon. Although the two men claimed to have retrieved the weapon from a robber, police said it didn’t matter. Police explained that the men should have talked reason to the alleged attempted robbery suspect to prevent the robbery and not have approached the weapon.
The McD clerk brings the gun from behind the counter to around where the wrestling is going on. One of the helpful customers is like “WTF?” and grabs the gun and tosses it back over the counter. Like telling the clerk, we have this under control and please don’t help the perp!
“I didnt know they allowed white people into McDonalds any more.”
They do here in L.A. But you have to repeat your order in spanish.
Yet more proof Phoenix is just a distant suburb of LA....
The clerk, indeed, appeared to be helping the robber. He kept trying to pull the other guys off of him. Was he in on it, or was he just trying to protect his job because management has him trained to let the robber get away (”Let” and “Help” must not be that far apart in his head)?
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