25/11/2020

Man Arrested Over Incident At McDonald's In Belfast

A man has been arrested in connection with an incident at McDonald's in Belfast city centre.

The arrest was made following an altercation between the man and a security guard at McDonald's on Castle Place. It is understood the man had been asked to leave the restaurant and began arguing with the guard and the situation escalated into a fight.
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In a video posted to social media, the man and the guard can be seen trading blows before the man gets the guard in a headlock. The guard then picks the man and slams him to the ground. In the video the man does not move after being thrown to the ground.

It is understood the man has been released on bail while he continues to be treated in hospital for a head injury.

Anyone with further information about the incident is asked to contact police.


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