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Drive In "Lynching" at McDonald's

I feel sorry for this black guy. Some wacky Middle Eastern guy tries to lynch him with the server's own necktie. His boss, seemingly a white woman is behind him tring to drag him back in the window with the other guy pulling on his tie. He was polite to his boss, and she finally figured out what the problem was. Police charged the Waleid Fesher guy. Video.

I think if I was the black man, I'd switch to using a clip-on at work.

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Alcohol has more to do with the story

than the ethnicity of the individuals.

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and how did you determine that?

by assumption?

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RE:and how did you determine that? by assumption?

From YOUR link

Feshir smelled like alcohol,


Police arrived and said Fesher smelled like alcohol, and was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.

YOU were the one that mentioned the ethnicity of the individuals involved...NOT the authors of the "story/event", in either of the links you provided.

Do YOU have anything that backs up YOUR assumption....OR are you just throwing something out there and seeing what "sticks"?

It was refreshing to see you recommend a way for a "black man" to protect himself from future injuries....You could have also suggested he not argue with a drunk AND don't drop the drunks change when handing it back to said drunk.

IF/WHEN assumptions are made...You'll be the one to make them?

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