Woman in topless McDonald’s rampage has ‘no memory’ of incident [NSFW]

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Suarez says she has no recollection of the nearly nude rampage that has since gone viral. (Image/FOX13)

ST. PETERSBERG (PIX11) – A Florida woman who stripped down before tearing up a McDonald’s restaurant says she has no memory of the incident, and that she wasn’t high or drunk at the time.

Sandra Suarez, 41, was recorded by surveillance cameras March 24th when — dressed only in skimpy underwear — she worked her way through the Pinellas Park restaurant knocking over displays and cash registers before helping herself to the soft serve ice cream.

The video has since gone viral after a McDonald’s employee posted the footage to the website LiveLeak.com.

What may have sparked the nearly-nude rampage, according to FOX13, happened in the parking lot.  Pinellas Park police say Suarez offered oral sex to one of the McDonald’s employees, and was turned down.

The mother of two was taken to an area hospital for an evaluation, and doctors found she was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Suarez said she suffers from a bipolar disorder, and believes it could explain the bizarre episode.  She told reporters that she’s being treated for depression and was ‘shocked’ to find out about the video.

She faces charges of criminal mischief and resisting arrest.

The McDonald’s employee who posted the video has reportedly been fired.

 

1 Comment

  • Jack Johnson

    When it comes to the the psycho broad on the rampage at McDonalds, why should the employee who video taped it be fired? That ex-employee has kept McDonalds from being sued and may have saved that stupid bitch life. Bipolar depression or Manic Depressent is serious and can be a danger to the person who has it or to others. If she does not take her medicine and keep herself in check she may not be lucky to eventually get out of all this damage she had done. She should pay for what she done to the restaurtant. But she should be let off free of everything. As for the McDonald's ex-employee that person needs to sue McDonalds for everything that they can get.

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