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McDonald's Customer Throws Ice Cream Cake at Employee

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A McDonald's customer in Indiana was a little displeased by the state of her ice cream cake. And by a "little displeased" we mean that she went into a rage about the state of her melted cake, threw the dessert at an employee, and then slapped the employee in the face.


The Huffington Post posted the story this morning along with the hilarious 911 call in which the employee says "No, I'm fine, just sticky." You can hear the entire call after the jump.

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