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Let's agree that we are on the same page when it comes to one keen thought, McDonald's should be officially named as the national burger. Loving it is one thing and kidnapping a child so that you can pay for them is entirely another.
One man kidnapped a 3-month-old and tried to exchange the baby for 15 Big Macs. Sounds insane, doesn't it?
Though, there are not many details regarding about exactly how Henry was able to acquire the baby.
As told by the employees of Mcdonald's, the culprit came into the premises around 2:30 pm with a child wrapped in a blanket.
He gave his order of 15 Big Mac and handed the child to the cashier to which she replied "I look to him and said 'Whatcu think I'm gonna do with that," explained Chandra Wilkins the head cashier at the Little Rock Mcdonald's.
"He told me he didn't have any money but I could take the baby. I said 'Fool you need to back the f*ck up'. Then that's when he threw the baby at me, ran behind the cash registers and grabbed every burger on the food warmer. That white man was crazy." She continues to explain.
However, the man was huge to be taken by them. Then, a third employee, Todd Williams knocked him down, "I grabbed the broom, swung at real real hard, and crack that punk in the neck. He fell and hit his head on the floor, knocked him clean out. My aim's on fleek"
In the parking lot, police discovered Osterman's 1972 cargo van in which a 6-month-old was strapped in the car seat. 20 bottles of Benadryl, rope and duct tape was also found in the can. Henry is taken under custody being charged with theft, assault, child endangerment and kidnapping.