Florida woman wearing only a thong trashes McDonald’s, eats ice cream

This screengrab taken from CCTV shows Sandra Suarez trashing a McDonald’s in Pinellas Park.
This screengrab taken from CCTV shows Sandra Suarez trashing a McDonald’s in Pinellas Park.

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A video of a topless woman vandalizing a Pinellas Park McDonald's went viral on the Internet Tuesday.

Sandra Suarez, 41, walked into the McDonald’s at about 10:50 p.m. on March 24 wearing only thong bikini bottoms and clutching her clothes in her hand, according to Pinellas Park police.

An employee told her to put her clothes on. She didn't listen and appeared to get upset. The surveillance video shows Suarez going behind the counter and overturning cash registers, a McFlurry machine, display racks, and other equipment, resulting in about $10,000 in damage, police said.

"She destroys it," said Pinellas Park police spokesman Sgt. Adam Geissenberger. "You name it, she's turning it over."

Suarez also ate soft-serve ice cream straight out of the machine and french fries while behind the counter.

When Pinellas Park officers arrived, Suarez "took an aggressive stance" and lunged at officers, according to an arrest affidavit.

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