- Woman left in floods of tears after man ‘exposes himself’ in McDonalds toilets
- She claims he injected his body with drugs in front of her in Liverpool branch
- Police say they arrested a man for breaching the peace but he was not charged
Katie French For Mailonline
Families recoiled in horror and a woman in floods of tears after a naked man was seen injecting drugs into his testicles in a busy city centre branch of McDonald’s.
Police were called to the restaurant in Liverpool after reports the man had exposed himself to a woman.
A witness described seeing a man inserting the needle into his private parts while making ‘strange noises’.
A woman was left in ‘floods of tears’ after a man reportedly exposed himself to her before injecting his body with drugs
The Liverpool Echo reported a woman was left ‘crying her eyes out’ after the incident and locked herself inside a toilet cubicle until the ordeal was over.
Families and customers looked on in shock as police stormed the fast-food outlet and arrested the man for ‘breaching the peace’.
The woman who asked to remain anonymous told The Liverpool Echo: ‘I go in every morning for my cup of tea before work, and I went to use the loo and I just saw the man.
‘He was outside the toilets, completely naked, injecting something into his [scrotum] and making this noise.
‘I don’t know if it was a sexual noise or if it was relief from injecting himself but it was just disgusting. It was awful.
‘I just ran into the women’s loos, I was hysterical, I couldn’t stop crying. I had to stay in the restaurant for about 25 minutes before I went to work but I just couldn’t stop crying all day.’
The witness says the incident, which happened in July, has left her so shaken she is afraid to return to the branch.
A spokesman for McDonald’s told the newspaper this was an isolated incident and was dealt with swiftly by staff and police.
He said: ‘The safety of our customers and staff is of the utmost importance to us and we work closely with local authorities to ensure our restaurants remain welcoming for all.’