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Now, another McDonald's in New York City (this time Manhattan) provides 31-year-old cashier Rayon McIntosh with the opportunity to earn his 15 minutes of 365Black fame:
A McDonald's cashier is caught on a horrific cell phone video using a metal rod to brutally beat two female customers who'd jumped the counter of his West 4th Street restaurant early Thursday during a fight over their order.
The cashier, who police said had previously served a decade for manslaughter, beat the women so badly that one suffered a fractured skull and broken arm in the shocking attack, which was captured on a customer's cell phone and then posted to YouTube.
Police have charged the cashier, identified as Rayon McIntosh, 31, with felony assault charges, along with criminal possession of a weapon. Both women were charged with menacing, trespass and disorderly conduct. He is being held at the Manhattan Detention Complex on $40,000 bail, according to the Department of Correction website.
The drama began about 12:30 a.m. Thursday when the two customers — Denise Darbeau, 24, of Queens, and her pal, Rachel Edwards, 24, of Brooklyn — entered the popular fast food spot and began giving McIntosh a hard time, police sources said.
In the video, Darbeau, 24, of Queens, is clearly heard cursing at McIntosh after the cashier told her he had to scan a $50 bill to make sure it was authentic before he would give them their food.
That's when all hell breaks loose.
An agitated Darbeau is seen slapping McIntosh across the face, prompting him to lunge forward and shove the two women.
Darbeau leaps onto the counter and clears the other side while Edwards retreats to the other end of the restaurant, according to the video.
Suddenly, McIntosh reappears on the video, brandishing a metal rod, which he slams onto Darbeau's head.
McDonald's is good for providing at least three or four examples of Blacks Behaving Badly (BBB) in any given month, more video proof that avoiding the Black Undertow and fast food restaurants that pander to Black people is not only good for your waistline, but good for avoiding being bludgeoned with a metal rod or shot by a customer irate over the McRib being dropped from the menu.
Corporate America offers a wonderful barometer of how politics are being played in America and which group is being favored; judging by McDonald's continued use of 365Black marketing efforts, Black-Run America (BRA) still holds sway.
But it is videos like that of Mr. McIntosh and his metal rod of doom that continue to be E-mailed and viewed online which serve to further erode the power of words like "racist," because once again, the stereotypes of Black people are confirmed by their actions. In this case, a Black dude who just spent 10 years in prison for manslaughter violently attacks a Black person who had the inability to refrain from chastising him.
Hilariously, a white woman - an obvious Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) - can be heard yelling "stop it," incessantly as Mr. McIntosh continually lays into his victim with a metal rod. It is that same DWL who will complain incessantly when news stories online showcase Black people behaving in an unflattering light and comments come pouring in from anonymous (and increasingly via Facebook) of people noticing that it is indeed Black people behaving badly.
DWLs will write the equivalent of the white woman's "stop it" when confronted with a barrage of comments from Those Who Can See and dare point out that the socially unacceptable behavior is courtesy of Black people. Again.
Just check out this story of two Black criminals intimidating a fat, out of shape DWL, procuring his iPad in the process to see a typical DWL whining over the comment section being hijacked by Those Who Can See.
You have to ask yourself: how will Black people top the latest two incidents of 365Black behavior at McDonald's? We've seen a shooting - in broad daylight mind you - and a iron rod incident that would induce jealousy in even Elin Nordegren.
365Black at McDonald's. Has there ever been a more fitting marketing slogan for a company?