Customer pulls out McDonald's worker from drive-thru window by her hair

The McDonald’s worker before the incident 
By: Feng Qian

A McDonald’s workers was violently pulled out of the store through the drive-thru window.

A video was uploaded to the Internet, showing what appears to be a female driver getting into an argument with the worker.

The video shows the McDonald's worker being dragged out of the drive-thru window by her hair, during a heated argument with the customer.

The images, which seems to have been taken on a cellphone, shows the painful moment the worker's head hits the side of the vehicle before getting thrown on the ground.

The customer and the McDonald's worker seem to be arguing before the customer stood on the driver’s seat of her car and launching her attack.

The two women exchanged some more words before the customer grabbed the female worker by her hair and dragged her out of the service window.

The worker hit the side of the car before falling to the ground.

The worker did not appear again for the remaining few seconds of the video. Another person was heard yelling: “Get out, Quita. Get out. Open the door!” Before the video stopped.

The video appeared to be taken by someone in the back seat of the customer’s car.

Gay man proposes to boyfriend in church despite not being able to marry there

The proposal 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A man was invited to speak at a church about his faith, and he decided to use the opportunity to propose to his boyfriend.

The man of Texas, got down on one knee in front of the whole congregation of the United Methodist Church, and they received a standing ovation.

Trevor Harper, 36, and Davis Covin, 30, who live in Austin, began dating about 9 years ago. They have been active members of the church for the past two years.

When Harper decided to propose in front of his church, he got the help and blessing from his pastor, Reverend John Wright.

Harper admitted that Covin does not like public attention so he was overwhelmed by the public nature of the proposal, but he accepted.

The couple hopes that by next year, when they want to get married, the church will be more open to allowing them to hold their ceremony on the premises.

Walmart cashier steals customer's phone and deletes photos and contacts

Markeisha Lashay Burwell 
By: Wayne Morin

A Walmart cashier was arrested for stealing a customer's phone.

Marion County Sheriff's deputies arrested the woman at the Walmart on Southwest College Road, after she was accused of trying to keep a cellphone that was accidentally left behind by a customer.

22-year-old Markeisha Lashay Burwell, was booked into the Marion County Jail on Saturday night, on one count of grand theft.

As reported by the Sheriff's Office, Rosi Calzada of Ocala, left her Samsung Galaxy phone on the checkout counter.

When she returned home, she realized that her phone was missing. She contacted a loss prevention agent in the store. After reviewing surveillance video footage of the store, it was discovered that Burwell took the phone.

When officers arrived, Burwell said that she was not sure if she had the phone, but if she did, it would be in her vehicle.

Officers searched her car and found the phone under the driver's seat. Calzada identified the phone as hers, but her photos and contacts were deleted.

Deputy Nicholas Austin said that Burwell, later admitted to cleaning the phone of the photos and contacts and hide it in her car with the intention of keeping it.

She was charged with grand theft of an item less the $300. Her bail was set at $2,000.

Men hide in restaurant freezer after police were called for getting into an argument

Michael Allen Higginbotham 
By: Mahesh Sarin

Police in Florida, said that they found 2 men hiding in a freezer at a restaurant.

According to an arrest affidavit, police were called to The Crazy Gator, when 2 men got into a fight outside the restaurant on Wednesday night.

When police arrived, the men ran to the back of the restaurant. Police went to the freezer, where they discovered Jesse Strickland and Michael Allen Higginbotham of Mount Dora.

Strickland had a bloody nose. Strickland and Higginbotham admitted to drinking in the restaurant before getting into a fight.

The two men, who are friends, spent time together at the restaurant before they decided to take a taxi home. While waiting outside, the two men got into an argument and Higginbotham punched his friend in the face.

Strickland said that after hearing the police sirens, he ran to the freezer because he did not want Higginbotham to get in trouble.

Higginbotham was arrested and charged with battery. His bail was set at $50,000.

Mother kills 2-year-old twins because nobody loved her kids

Mireya Alejandra Lopez 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested on charges of murder after she killed her twin boys and attempted to kill another child.

According to police in Arizona, the woman told investigators that she drowned her 2-year-old twins and tried to kill her 3-year-old stepbrother because she and her kids were not loved.

22-year-old Mireya Alejandra Lopez, who takes medication for depression, schizophrenia and psychosis, did not want her children to suffer like she does.

Daniel Marino, who identified himself as the stepfather of Lopez, said that she was recently released from a mental health facility, where she was treated.

Lopez is accused of drowning her children in a bathtub on Sunday in Avondale, and then wrap them in a blanket.

The deaths were discovered by the mother of Lopez, who thought that the twins were asleep, but eventually realized that they were not breathing.

The grandmother screamed for help and together with another person who was in the house, tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate them.

While the rescue measures were carried out, that grandmother heard Lopez in the bathroom, where she was found trying to drown her stepbrother.

Lopez's mother managed to get the child to a safe place. The 3-year-old child was not injured.

Lopez was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder and attempted murder. Her bail was set at $2 million.

Car full of people crashes into tree after driver takes selfie while driving

Car crashed into tree illustration 
By: Feng Qian

Several people were injured after their driver got distracted while taking a selfie.

The State Police in Maine, said that the driver who attempted to take a selfie, caused a car accident that left several people injured.

The accident happened on Saturday in Deering Lake Road located in Orient.

Police said that 29-year-old Jordan Toner, was driving with seven passengers when he leaned over to take a selfie with the other passengers.

While doing so, he ran off the road and crashed into a tree.
Among the wounded were two women, who were sitting in the front seat.

Police said that one of the women suffered a broken nose and cut above her eyes. The second woman suffered a neck injury and possibly back injuries.

They were transported to Houlton Regional Hospital for treatment. Sgt. Chadwick H. Fuller said that neither of the women were wearing seat belts.

Two male passengers also suffered injuries, including cuts near their eyes.

Maine State Police have identified the passengers as Adam Toner, 35, Jesse Toner, 31, Chris Dean, 29, Elizabeth Toner, 28, Katharine Ferrill, 28, Kyle Ferrill, 28, and Meaghan Brown, 28.

Toner was cited for failure to maintain control of a motor vehicle due to distraction.

Woman severely injured after turning down marriage proposal

Michael Turvey 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A woman was hospitalized with serious injuries after she turning down a marriage proposal.

A man of Arizona, was arrested for stabbing his girlfriend multiple times in her apartment complex when she rejected his marriage proposal.

34-year-old Michael Turvey was arrested for stabbing his girlfriend after the two arranged to meet.

The victim dropped off her son at her mother’s home to break up with her boyfriend, but he had other plans. Turvey proposed to her.

When she said “no,” he stabbed her several times throughout the body and then drove off.

Turvey was found in a Greyhound station in California, and he had a bus ticket to travel to Oregon.

The victim suffered severe internal injuries.

Turvey is facing charges of aggravated assault and unlawful means of transportation.