A McDonald's worker was filmed fighting back against a rowdy customer who made a ruckus at a till.
The brawl happened in the fast food outlet's Wynward restaurant in Sydney's central business district on Thursday morning.
The drama started as an employee throws a cup of soft drinks to the young man in pink hoodie and grey shorts.
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He slips on the floor after getting doused in the face.
The angry fast food fan gets up and runs to the counter, grabbing the food from behind the table and throwing it at the staff.
Some bystanders take a few steps back while one yell: "P***y!"
The man reach over for a few more drinks and throw them back at the staff.
A spokesperson for McDonald's Australia said: "What is not shown in the video is the customer earlier entering the restaurant and going behind the counter to disrupt the kitchen and threaten crew.
"The behavior of our employees in this video is not in accordance with our policies and we are looking into this with the restaurant.
"Anti-social behavior is not tolerated in our restaurants and we expect our people to be treated with respect at all times.
"We will always do our best for our customers, but we won't accept abuse, intimidation, threats or violence towards our employees."
The account that shared the video wrote: "People who work in retail or customer service should be allowed to punch-up with three people a year.
"Starting with this guy."
Some punters shared their thoughts in the comments.
One praised for the employee's move: "That first drink to the face then slipping in it combo was devastating. There was no recovery from that. Winner, employee!"
"Not a happy meal!" a second pointed out, and a third mocked: "How do you like your coffee? In the face!"
Some also noticed that no one stepped in during the whole fight.
"Meanwhile security guard stands still watching," a person said.
New South Wales, Australia Police confirmed that they attended the Wynyard station store after they were told a 23-year-old man had been assaulted.
"Both teenagers – a 17-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy – were taken to Day Street Police station where they were dealt with under the Young Offenders Act," they said.
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