Vero Beach Woman Throws Drinks In McDonald’s Drive-Thru

Vero Beach customers at McDonald's has drinks thrown on them in drive-thru.
Vero Beach customers at McDonald's has drinks thrown on them in drive-thru.

VERO BEACH – The next time you’re in a Vero Beach McDonald’s drive-thru, you may want to think twice before passing the vehicle in front of you.

Last Sunday, Brittany Brunson and Ashley Pound went to McDonald’s at 5280 U.S. 1 in Vero Beach to get some food. A woman in front of them got out of her light blue Buick. Brunson decided to go around her since she didn’t think the driver was there to order food.

What happened next was unbelievable. The woman walked up to the drive-thru window on foot and retrieved their drinks. She then threw the drinks at Brunson and Pound as they sat in the vehicle. The woman then fled the scene.

Brunson called police after the incident. She told deputies of the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office about the incident. Unfortunately, nobody retrieved the tag number of the light blue Buick that the suspect was driving.

Brunson believes the female suspect was upset because she had passed her in the drive-thru. Deputies observed Brunson and Pound soaked after the drinks were thrown all over them.

It is unknown at this time who the white female is. Deputies are still investigating the case in Vero Beach.

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