Lesbian Couple Attacked For Having Sex In McDonald’s Bathroom

A lesbian couple were attacked on Wednesday evening when they left a McDonalds, after they were seen entering a bathroom together.

The incident occurred in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, at around 5pm. It started when customers complained to management that they saw two women enter the bathroom alone. This lead the manager to enter the second-floor bathroom where they found two women taking part in “sexual relations.”

Michael Chitwood, the Upper Darby Police Superintendent, told The Daily Delco, “Everybody should do their own thing but doing it at 5 o’clock in the afternoon in a McDonald’s bathroom, whether you’re female and female, female and male or male and male, what the f***?”

The manager then forced the duo out, which they agreed, but as they left they were then attacked by a group of around seven or eight people who started to shout verbal assaults at the couple.

Chitwood confirmed that at least one person shouted towards the pair, “Get out of here you dirty d****.” However, this was only the start, and then it soon turned violent when an individual stabbed one of the women.

Reports have now circulated that they suspect it to be either a mother in her 40s, or one of her two children. It is unknown whether it was the middle-aged mother or a minor who committed the stabbing, with conflicting reports emerging.

By the time police had arrived, the crowd had scattered and they were unable to locate any of their suspects. Police are now currently surveying tapes near the restaurant in an attempt to identify the woman who was stabbed.

The 23-year-old victim sought medical attention after the incident and was eventually taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where she was treated.

Who should be punished more severely, the couple who were caught in the bathroom or those who attacked them?

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