After a man threw urine on a California McDonald's employee because he was angry about his order, police asked for the public's help to identify the man Thursday.
Around midnight on July 26, two men and a woman ordered bundt cakes at a McDonald's drive-thru at the intersection of Mariposa and Bear Valley roads in Victorville, said Det. Mike Mason of the Victorville Police Department.
A man sitting in the back seat of the car became angry and started arguing with the woman working at the window because she had their order wrong, and told the customers their total would cost a dollar more than the previous amount.
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Mason said they still purchased the cakes.
About 10 minutes later, the man came back to the McDonald's, parked, and walked up the the drive-thru window and peeked in, Mason said.
When the woman working walked back toward the window, the man started screaming at her and threw a large cup of liquid at her, police said. The liquid, later identified as urine, covered her head, face, body, and entered her mouth.
He left in what police described as a small, compact, four door vehicle.
Although they purchased the order with a credit card, it was a prepaid card, Mason said.
Anyone who may have information about the incident, or recognizes the man was asked to call Det. Mason at 760-241-2911.