Police said a Boston man and woman, upset with getting an order of small french fries instead of large, were charged for throwing money and cones at McDonald's cashiers. Christina Galipeau and Eugene Jackson pleaded not guilty Wednesday to assault charges in Quincy District Court.
According to police, Galipeau, 22, became enraged after getting the wrong size fries at a Quincy McDonald's. Police said Galipeau exchanged words with a cashier then threw her spare change at her, hitting her in the face.
Police said 33-year-old Jackson then picked up two-foot tall cones from the mopped floor and hurled it at employees, cutting one employee's nose.
It was unclear whether Galipeau or Jackson have hired an attorney.
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