Footage from McDonald's attack shows woman slamming teen employee into fryer

(FOX News) -- New details have emerged concerning last week's assault of a 17-year-old McDonald's employee in Wisconsin. The Glendale Police Department has charged a 19-year-old woman, identified as Debreaka Jones, with disorderly conduct and physical abuse of a child in connection with the incident, FOX 6 News reports. Police say Jones may also face felony assault charges over the incident.

Jones had become angry over getting the wrong breakfast order — she wanted a bacon breakfast sandwich, but instead received a sausage biscuit — leading her to assault the employee working behind the counter, according to a criminal complaint.

>>Shocking video: McDonald’s employee attacked over wrong order

The incident originally took place on the morning of March 18, after the suspect and her friend pulled up to the drive-thru of McDonald’s and placed a breakfast order for the bacon sandwich, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. The customer was mistakenly provided with the wrong food, however, and soon turned violent.

“What the [expletive] is this? I didn't order no sausage biscuit,” said the woman, who then threw the food back at the drive-thru operator.

A McDonald’s manager reportedly gave Jones a new sandwich, though she and her friend returned to the restaurant — this time entering the dining area — and continued to berate the manager, claiming her order was still wrong. The manager then provided her a refund, according to FOX 6 Now.

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