Thug banned from every UK McDonald’s after smacking security guard across face

A man who allegedly racially abused and punched a McDonald's security guard won't eat at the fast food chain again.

Bobby Shrubsole, 18, reportedly hit doorman Muhammed Usman in the face and hurled abuse at him after he was removed from a branch of the restaurant in Maidstone in September.

In a similar incident, he admitted to shouting racist abuse at the same security guard back in February.

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Shrubsole was charged with assault by beating and initially pleaded not guilty when he appeared at Medway Magistrates' Court on October 11.

He was forced to return to the court last week after he finally admitted the offence as well as another count of racially-aggravated threatening behaviour.

Prosecutor Pietro Matarazzo said: "It was the same victim, the same location.

"He protested as he was being escorted out, he then punched the security guard in the face."

Shrubsole had no previous convictions when he appeared before magistrates, it is understood.

Deputy district judge Sundeep Pankhania adjourned the case for a pre-sentencing report to be carried out.

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Shrubsole has been released on bail, but on the condition that he must not go back to any branch of McDonald's or contact the victim.

And Shrubsole isn't the only person to have found himself in hot water after getting into an altercation with a McDonald's security guard.

Ex-NBA player Ben Gordon beat up two security personnel at a branch of the fast food chain in the US just months after he was found to have beaten up his son.

Gordon was escorted out of a local Maccies on November 4 after allegedly hitting a 29-year-old male guard in the face and throwing him to the ground.

He is also accused of shoving a 21-year-old male guard during the fight.

It's unclear what led the former sportsman, 39, to reportedly pick a fight with the guards, but his first court date has been set for next month.

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