Topless Woman Vandalizes Fast Food Joint

Woman vandalized McDonald's, treated herself to some ice cream.

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    Sandra Suarez, 41, was arrested after surveillance video shows her topless and throwing items inside a McDonald's in Pinellas Park, Florida.

    A viral YouTube video shows a topless Florida woman vandalizing a McDonald’s restaurant while in a thong.

    Sandra Suarez, 41, was arrested for criminal mischief and resisting an officer with violence after she was seen on surveillance cameras destroying items inside a McDonald’s located in Pinellas Park, Florida, reported NBC affiliate WFLA.

    Suarez is seen wearing only a thong as she begins to throw computers off the McDonald’s counter and other items from behind the counter. The woman is also seen repeatedly opening and closing a refrigerator door. At one point, Suarez pauses mid-attack to treat herself to some soft-serve ice cream by placing her head directly under the ice cream machine's nozzle.

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    The video ends with Suarez walking off camera, towards the back of the restaurant.

    The incident occurred at 10:50 p.m. on March 24, according to WFLA.

    A McDonald's spokesperson told WFLA that the company is still gathering details about the incident. The restaurant's manager told the station he was fired after the video was made public. He said didn't know the employee was going to post the video on the internet.

    "In a way it was my mistake the way it got out, but I don't think I should've lost my job because I worked too hard at that store, I've never had any disciplinary action," Stevens told WFLA.

    Meanwhile, WFLA spoke with Suarez who said she suffers from bipolar disorder, is on medication, and does not remember most of the incident. 

    Suarez was booked into the Pinellas County Jail and was later released on $7,000 bond, online jail records show. It is unknown at this time if Suarez has an attorney.