Sunday, July 29, 2012

Woman drops dead at McDonald's counter

Did you hear about the woman who drop dead at counter of McDonald's... and the staff just kept serving burgers?
This happened in Croatia.
Apparently the dead woman was propped up in a corner and had a napkin placed on her head, while workers kept serving customers until her body was removed by mortuary staff.

The McDonalds's  staff say it was only the drive-thru section that remained in operation after the woman dropped dead in front of the counter.
But we keep hearing that after efforts to revive her failed, the woman was propped up in the corner of the restaurant and had a napkin placed over her head as workers continued to serve other customers.
The woman, thought to have died of a  heart attack, had complained of feeling unwell just moments after going inside the fast food restaurant in the southern town of Sibenik.
She collapsed at the counter and, despite emergency services being called, doctors were unable to revive the Bosnian woman, who lived in Denmark but had been visiting the area.

Croatian media is reporting that the body was in the restaurant for an hour-and-a-half before the mortuary car arrived to remove it.

While we don't have photos of the woman propped up in the corner, with a napkin over her head, we do have something close to it.

There was a funeral in New Orleans recently, where during the wake for musician Lionel Batiste his body was propped up in a standing position at the front of the room.
See photos below, this may give you the general idea about the woman in McDonald's.

Sorry, it was the best we could do.