Outrage grows after a man was dragged out of a McDonald’s in Philadelphia

Plus, dash cam video shows the moment a man begins punching a driver after a minor crash.
0:55 | 08/24/19

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Transcript for Outrage grows after a man was dragged out of a McDonald’s in Philadelphia
massive fire that displaced growing outrage after a man was dragged out of a McDonald's in Philadelphia. Eye witnesses say the man was refusing to leave the restaurant. McDonald's says it is investigating the incident. The employees involved have been temporarily suspended. Now to the search for the driver behind a violent road rage incident in New York City. Dash cam video capturing the moment a man begins repeatedly punching the driver of a livery cab, while a passenger was the suspect jumping into the cab following a minor crash. Two women are then seen pulling the man off the driver. Police are hoping someone recognizes the suspect. A professional wakeboarder proving nothing can break his golf game. Steel Lafferty was playing a round in Florida when a seven-foot alligator strolled across the green. Lafferty then tees up, hitting the ball right over the gator's head. He even made par on the hole, posting on social media, "Golfing in Florida, is just different."

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