Two women were allegedly attacked and beaten by a group of people outside a McDonald's restaurant in Pennsylvania after being kicked out for allegedly having sex inside the women's bathroom.


The Daily Mail reported that the confrontation began Thursday afternoon, after customers at the Upper Darby restaurant complained to management that they saw two women entering the bathroom together.

Upper Darby Police Superintendent Mike Chitwood told KYW-TV that the manager entered the restroom and found the women "engaged in some type of sexual activity," at which point he asked them to leave.

"Everybody should do their own thing," Chitwood told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "But doing it at 5 o'clock in the afternoon in a McDonald's bathroom - whether you're female and female, female and male or male and male - what the fuck?"

But Chitwood told KYW that while making their way out, the two women began arguing with seven other diners, with at least one person using a homophobic slur against them. Some of the customers then followed the women outside, where the attack began. Police told the Inquirer that one of the women was stabbed in the shoulder by a 40-year-old woman in the group of attackers who had two children with her. The attackers scattered when police arrived.

The victim was treated for her injury. Authorities are reviewing security camera footage to identify the people involved in the attack.

[h/t The Huffington Post]

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