A customer threw a cup of urine on a McDonald’s employee in Victorville after she misquoted the cost of a Bundt cake, authorities announced this week.
Detectives released surveillance camera images Tuesday that showed a man holding a white cup in his hand as he peered into the drive-through window of the McDonald’s restaurant in 12000 block of Mariposa Road.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s detectives said they are looking for the man in the July 26 attack and asked for the public’s help to identify him.
Det. Mike Mason told KNBC-TV the customer was sitting in the back seat of a silver, four-door car that pulled up to the restaurant’s drive-through.
The passenger, along with another man and woman in the vehicle, ordered Bundt cakes, and then became angry when the employee said she misquoted the price of the desserts, the TV station reported.
After buying the cakes and driving off, the man returned, walked up to the window and started yelling at the employee, the detective told KNABC-TV.
That’s when he threw the cup of liquid -- which investigators later determined was urine. The urine-thrower then ran back to the car and drove off.
The employee was drenched in urine, and some even entered her mouth, the TV station reported.
Anyone with details about the man is urged to call Mason at (760) 241-2911.
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