man arrested after going out to McDonald’s in Richmond – .

man arrested after going out to McDonald’s in Richmond – .

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Police said the man was at a fast food restaurant in Ironwood Plaza in Richmond around 3:40 p.m. Tuesday when he allegedly started damaging property because he was dissatisfied with the service.

The man also had an altercation with the police.

A video posted on social media showed a man shouting curses at McDonald’s employees and knocking over a storefront, plexiglass barriers and a point-of-sale machine from the counter. He also threw a trash can at the workers.

“I’m just waiting for my food,” the man could be heard saying to an employee. “Look how fast these cars go and how long I waited. “

He could be heard repeatedly asking for his money, even though the staff had said he would refund it.

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Two restaurant employees as well as the two officers who responded to the incident were allegedly assaulted and sustained minor injuries, Richmond RCMP said. The suspect also suffered minor injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.

William David Scott Jolly, 30, of Delta, appeared in Richmond Provincial Court on Wednesday for mischief, assault, assault against a peace officer and willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer. His next court date is August 18.

Richmond RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Ian Henderson said the department was aware of a relevant video of the incident circulating on social media, but declined to comment further.

Police are asking anyone who saw or videotaped the incident to contact Richmond RCMP at 604-278-1212 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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