A pastor from North Carolina has been taken into custody and charged with assaulting a co-worker of his wife who works at McDonald's.
According to the findings of the police investigation.
According to the event report, the suspect, who is 57 years old, went to a McDonald's restaurant in High Point, North Carolina, on December 28.
This was according to the fact that his wife had complained to him that her employees were "disrespecting her" when she was receiving training to become a manager.
A cook was allegedly hit multiple times in the face after the man shoved his head near the deep fryer and then punched him multiple times. According to the event report.
A number of workers had to assist in removing him from the cook, who had sustained a number of injuries, including scratches on his neck, a significant contusion on his forehead, and a right eye.
According to the information that can be found on his Facebook profile, the suspect is a pastor at Elevated Life International Ministries in High Point and also drives a semitruck. A case of assault was brought against him, and he was released after posting a bond of $1,000.
"The safety and security of our employees and customers is our top priority," the local McDonald's franchisee said in a statement that was supplied to USA TODAY. The owner also confirmed that the suspect's wife is no longer works at McDonald's. "I was appalled by this act of violence in my restaurant last week," the franchisee said.