I brought him from outside. Restaurants nationwide offer numerous amenities to ensure every customer has an enjoyable experience. The two entered the eatery, and Gallo said an employee at the register told the man he was not getting food. McDonald's is proud to have become one of the world's leading food service brands with more than 36,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries. The exchange continued for several more minutes as Gallo asked for a receipt for his food.
The man with salt-and-pepper hair wearing a black T-shirt also spoke about the experience of going viral. About noon, a customer whose Facebook name is Yossi Gallo, posted a video showing him and a homeless man being ordered to leave the 2200 N. He has countless new friend requests and messages from around the globe as a result of his post. Both left the property without incident. He wasn't doing anything that you would not want in a restaurant.
Gallo said he was upset as he was ousted for buying a homeless man food. The video has nearly 50 million views online and thousands of comments on Facebook and other social media. There also was an immigration issue, but Gallo said all past problems are resolved. In the video, the officer is seen telling the homeless man, later identified by the officer as James Davis, after he finished eating, that he needed to exit the building and was not allowed to return. You want a refund, you have got to go through corporate.
Wednesday he drove to the McDonald's for a bite to eat. Please be sure to review the policies of every site you visit. . The safety of my guests and crew is a top priority. I saw him across the street and I brought him over here.
More than 36 hours after the incident, Gallo shows his Facebook page and the notifications about dozens of new comments appear seconds after each other. You need to get your stuff and leave. For deals, mobile ordering or nutrition information, download and register on the McDonald's App today! Leaving McDonald's Web Site You are leaving the McDonald's Corporation web site for a site that is controlled by a third party, not affiliated with McDonald's. Though, Gallo admitted he didn't know the man's history or what happened before he went to the fast-food establishment. Yossi said he couldn't believe what he was seeing so he started recording the incident on his phone.
During the clip, Gallo loudly says that he and a homeless man are being removed because he purchased the man a meal. Then, Gallo said he was paying for the unidentified man. The officer tells the man that after he finishes his meal he must leave the restaurant and never return. For information on coupons and deals, today! Gallo said he tries to help others down in life, whether they are homeless or sick, as he said he has a place for them in his heart. I understand your compassion for others, I do, but you do not have to raise your voice that way. For the others, he said, it's nice to see people who care.
The officer advised the male of the request made by the business and issued the warning. I am the law, you need to get your stuff and leave. Gallo, who lives in Myrtle Beach, has had previous run-ins with the law in Louisiana, including taxes and violations with a smoke shop. Those arrests were for Yossi Galimidi, as he said his full name is Yossi Gallo Galimidi. Joey Crosby of the Myrtle Beach Police Department in a prepared statement.
His unpredictable behaviors have created significant concerns for the safety and comfort of our employees and customers. As a person who has lived in Myrtle Beach for nearly 40 years, I believe in helping those here who need assistance, and have supported non-profit organizations in Myrtle Beach to help people in need. They are a part of our community. I brought him in from outside. Her actions are under review, though there is no timetable for a decision. In cellphone footage uploaded by customer Yossi Gallo to his Facebook, a police officer is seen asking the homeless man to leave the restaurant and never return.