Teen who sparked outrage with a late-night Macca’s rampage where she allegedly harassed workers and helped herself to food react to the viral footage outside court
- Nooria Halake, 19, allegedly harassed McDonald’s staff
- She labelled video of alleged incident ’embarrassing’
A teenager who was allegedly filmed jumping over the counter of a busy McDonald’s and terrorising staff has called the footage ’embarrassing’.
Nooria Halake, 19, faced the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Friday, charged with disorderly behaviour, property damage and aggravated assault.
She’d allegedly caused a scene at the fast food restaurant on Hindley Street, in Adelaide’s CBD on December 29, throwing food around and harassing staff.
Nooria Halake, 19, faced the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Friday, charged with disorderly behaviour, property damage and aggravated assault
Ms Halake is seen at court on Friday. She said the footage of the alleged incident was ’embarrassing’
Footage of the incident allegedly shows Ms Halake hurdling over the service counter and helping herself to food while shouting abuse at staff members.
Upon leaving court on Friday, Ms Halake was asked if she’d seen the footage that has since gone viral.
‘Yes I have … embarrassing, it’s embarrassing,’ she replied, The Advertiser reported.
Customers at the time of the incident could be seen watching on in shock as Ms Halake allegedly yelled obscenities and carelessly tossed a bag full of food.
She then allegedly grabbed a burger box and shoved it with food, before grabbing a drink out of the fridge while staff members chased her around the store.
She’d allegedly caused a scene at the fast food restaurant on Hindley Street, in Adelaide’s CBD on December 29, throwing food around and harassing staff
‘I’ll beat you up and I’ll leave,’ Ms Halake allegedly told one worker.
Police arrived moments later to detain the woman behind the counter.
During Friday’s court appearance, Ms Halake’s lawyer, David Moen, asked for his client’s case to be adjourned.
He said that he is yet to receive a copy of allegations or the court file, nor been given instructions from Mr Halake.
Ms Halake will remain on bail and will face court again in May.
Ms Halake allegedly tossed food around during the tirade at McDonald’s