Customers Allegedly Attack Florida McDonald’s Employee Over Ice Cream Machine That Was Out of Service

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Three irate customers allegedly attacked a McDonald’s employee in Florida after finding out the ice cream machine was down for maintenance.

McDonald’s customers will be able to place their customized order on a touch screen, take a seat and have their meal brought right over. (Credit: Rich Brooks/CNN)

An employee said that three females, including two teens, went through the drive-thru in Daytona Beach around 8 p.m. Sunday and tried to order ice cream, WKMG reports.

After being told the machine was out of service, the customers went inside the restaurant and saw another customer with ice cream.

The group began arguing with the employee before allegedly jumping over the counter and attacking her.

They hit the woman and pulled her hair, according to the report. The employee was not seriously injured.

Deputies have no suspects but are waiting for McDonald’s to turn over surveillance video of the incident.