Violence seemed to break out of nowhere in a New Jersey Burger King.
According to police, a man walked into the restaurant in Wayne and attacked a female employee. While the incident on March 27 is still being investigated, the man got into an argument with workers at the same Burger King earlier in the day for not wearing a mask.
Wayne police officers arrested David Siversten after finding him near the Newark-Pompton Turnpike, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page. According to officers, he said, “when you approached Siversten,” You got me. “
KETCHUP SHORTAGE HITS RESTAURANTS, FAST FOOD CHAINS OVER THE USA
Siversten allegedly entered BK and began strangling a woman working at the restaurant. Fortunately, another worker intervened, at which point Siversten allegedly fled the scene.
While the victim allegedly complained of pain after the attack, she apparently refused to be taken to the hospital.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
Earlier that day, a suspect (determined to have been Siversten as well) entered the same Burger King without a mask on. According to police, he argued with staff and authorities were also called. The man fled the restaurant before police arrived.
The officers who arrested Siversten described him as “agitated”
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS
The man required medical attention and was taken to a nearby hospital, later transported to Passaic County Jail.