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Police: Belligerent McDonald’s Patron Throws Sign at Manager, Exposes Self in Restaurant

by Jenn Miller

State College police say an intoxicated fast food patron created quite a scene early Tuesday morning before authorities took her into custody and doctors ultimately had to sedate her.

The events began to unfold shortly after 3 a.m. at the McDonald’s on East College Avenue where police say¬†a 22-year-old female threw a “wet floor” sign at the manager and attempted to hit the manager.

The woman also lifted her skirt over her head multiple times exposing her nude lower body to those who were inside the restaurant, police say.

When officers arrived, police say the woman resisted arrest.

Ultimately, the woman was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center for an alcohol overdose.

At the hospital, police say the woman continued to be resistant, forcing police officers and hospital security officers to restrain her until doctors medically sedated her.

Police expect to file misdemeanor charges against the woman at a later date.

Authorities did not release the woman’s name.

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