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Two Women Arrested After Fight in McDonald's

Police blotter.

If you find a hair in your chicken nuggets at McDonald's, it may be the left over of a fight that took place on Sunday night. 

According to police reports, two women got involved in an altercation that involved hair pulling, food-throwing and honey mustard splashing. 

Around 11:45 p.m., 22-year-old Mary Farmar from Bridgewater and Joscelyne Korzelius, 27, from Hoboken were arrested for simple assault, police said. The fight began, according to police reports, when one of the women allegedly cut the line. The two women exchanged some words, police said. 

Once they got their food, Farmar sat down with Korzelius, police said, and the argument continued. 

Farmar then allegedly threw honey mustard at Korzelius, as Korzelius allegedly threw French fries at Farmar, police said. 

Hair pulling followed and according to police, Farmar got up on a table showing off a pluck of hair, police said. In the course of the fight, Korzelius fell to the floor and got a bloody nose, according to the police report. 

Both women were arrested by police and signed complaints against each other, police said. Both women were charged with simple assault.  

Hobbs January 23, 2012 at 05:20 PM
I guess they didn't order HAPPY MEALS. :-)
Rory Chadwick January 23, 2012 at 05:39 PM
How is this worthy of news? No wonder patch lost 160 million last year and is folding this year.
Gardiner4Freeholder January 23, 2012 at 05:40 PM
Go on to Youtube and search Mc Donalds fight and you will find a treasure trove of amateur fight videos in Mickey D's all around the country. Maybe they put something in the fries to induce fighting? :) One of my favorites: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHkUKLLm7Z0
Redrider765 January 23, 2012 at 05:45 PM
They do seem to have a fight just about every week in there on weekends. You don't find that a little newsworthy?
p1ywood January 23, 2012 at 05:48 PM
I have also heard that the women argued about the low supply of things to sip their drinks with, and that was the last straw. The condiments started flying, a later one woman was treated for pepper spray. Another witness, named Ronald, was questioned by police for acting like a clown, and due to his foolish grin and red nose, was given a sobriety test. He has to get his buns into court next week.
p1ywood January 23, 2012 at 06:08 PM
Do we have to wait for a Hamburgalar to strike or a small fry to be injured before we take these food fights seriously? We need to know what's cookin' at McDonalds and make it safer! Even the people at the registers are working for change to be made before they end up in a pickle.
Gardiner4Freeholder January 23, 2012 at 06:58 PM
There always seems to be a fight at Mickey D's, it seems that the customers there are never quite pleased, is it some kind of drug in the fries?, that some customers want others to die?, Or has something run afoul with the cheese?
Gardiner4Freeholder January 23, 2012 at 07:03 PM
These two women appear to be quite classy, throwing fries and mustard quite splashy, The ensuing fight had some pulling of hair, as reported by Patch's Claire, and now going to court is a pain in the assy.
Gardiner4Freeholder January 23, 2012 at 07:08 PM
This was another hair-raising (and pulling) adventure over at one of Hoboken's few fast food venues. The nugget of knowledge one should take from this frenzy fried tale is to not cut the line, and certainly not the cheese either. This hair-brained encounter can't even cut the mustard.
Outofcontrol January 23, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Gee, maybe the Mayor should close McDonald's on weekends and only allow them to open on Wednesday evenings.
p1ywood January 23, 2012 at 07:23 PM
Better yet, let's just start a Facebook group that encourages dead-beats to flock to the place once they are hammered. That'll take care of everything.
p1ywood January 23, 2012 at 07:29 PM
Lettuce face it, everyone has the same beef, the price of food has gone up everywhere, but now it seems they are downright scalping people at McDonalds. Anyone claiming not to have had their hair pulled at McDonalds is probably a bald-faced liar. I also heard someone, shaken from an a-salt, complain of a broken McRib. I know it's a tall order, but they really need these fights to go.
Gardiner4Freeholder January 23, 2012 at 07:34 PM
Or maybe the aristocratic "vote buying" Second Ward Councilwoman of yours, Beth Mason can start a finishing school for manners for all the patrons and teach them those Virginian values of valor that seemed to have escaped her in her unrelenting quest for POWER! Sooner or later your operatives will "fall" for me. In fact this weekend one already did. Shame though. Very embarrassing FAIL attempted frame job. My logic and sound reasoning will eventually convince them, unless of course they are on the dole. Hope you aren't on the dole and can provide for yourself like me. Have a nice day OutofControl. Good to have you back.
Gardiner4Freeholder January 23, 2012 at 07:38 PM
These two ladies had an especially saucy encounter and it has nothing to do with the Mayo (Dawn Zimmer). They expended so much energy in their fight they lost at least a quarter pounder. When they were released and the cell doors opened did they say open sesame? Flung food for thought.
HobokenTownie January 23, 2012 at 07:58 PM
People love watching train wrecks!
Outofcontrol January 24, 2012 at 12:53 AM
I can assure you I'm not on any dole and myself and my husband do just fine providing for our family. If I were you, I would reserve the word "dole" for later in the year when the focus is on your Kids First team and their team member who has so many of her relatives on the "dole". You know what they say about people who live in glass houses...
Lane Dastardly January 24, 2012 at 01:14 AM
No surprize to see you are ahead of schedule once again out wallowing in sewage like a piggie searchinng for beneath contemptt talking points. hope you don't kiss youre mom with that mouth
Rory Chadwick January 24, 2012 at 01:52 AM
Glass houses, thats a zoning issue in town and would never happen. People in glass houses have very little privacy too.
PeoplePlease January 24, 2012 at 02:49 PM
Time for the Mayor to shut down McDonalds
Gardiner4Freeholder January 24, 2012 at 04:31 PM
Out of Control- I am so glad to hear you are blessed with your financial situation. I too am lucky but perhaps only a job loss away form harder times. Many of my acquaintances have struggled with this poor economy, especially Madison Ave and finance types. I do think that government should be there to help the poor and the legitimately struggling middle class. Ray Smith did a great article on this poor man who can't get public housing even though he is disabled last weekend. I can't help to think if one of those people in Church Towers or Marine View that have Jersey Shore homes or make over $150K like Freeholder Romano were to give up their subsidized housing, he might be able to find a place to stay with an elevator. Too bad Beth Mason and the Russo's support the improper management of a community asset like Church Towers. Yet you still bash Mayor Zimmer over her decision to do what she thought best to help public safety. Can't figure out where you are coming from. It just comes across as spitefulness. Have a nice day OCC
p1ywood January 24, 2012 at 05:36 PM
Better yet, let's just start a Facebook group that encourages dead-beats to flock to the place once they are hammered. That'll take care of public safety.

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