Just heard about this on the news. There was some violence at a McDonald's store in Baltimore, between three females. The victim suffered from fitting at the incident and did not appear to receive any first aid from a video footage shot by a member of staff at the scene. I'm not going to post the video here, but it can be found on the internet. Note that the video contains scenes of unprecedented violence. Personally, I thought staff acted in a less professional manner, and did not assist to calm the situation in an appropriate way. No first-aid was administered by staff when the casualty victim began fitting. Here's what McD have to say about it, via Twitter: We strongly condemn the videotaped assault in one of our Baltimore franchised restaurants. There's no room for violence under the Golden Arches. Appropriate action regarding other employees will take place as warranted. Action has been taken, and the crew member who made the video is no longer employed by this organization. First and foremost, our thoughts are with the victim during this time. The incident in Baltimore is sad and reprehensible. We are doing everything possible to make sure the right thing will be done. We are shocked by the video from a Baltimore restaurant showing an assault. This incident is unacceptable, disturbing and troubling. We are aware of the incident in Baltimore and are working with local police in their criminal investigation.