Junkie shooting up at McDonalds not cashier's problem7/29/2012
McDonalds customers in Melbourne were not lovin’ it when a 26-year-old man came into the dining area and started shooting up in clear view of children. As the man’s pants slipped past his personal regions and his brain slipped into a presumably opiate-induced haze, patrons approached workers and demanded emergency services be contacted. Staff shrugged off the awkward activity, explaining that the manager was not present. (Sorry, but wrangling an overdosing junkie is sooo above a cashier’s pay grade.) 20 long minutes into the patron’s now incredibly unhappy meal, police were contacted and the strung out man was taken to a nearby hospital. [Source]
Should staff have handled this faster or is that not their job?