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Waterloo McDonald’s customer ‘beaten up after asking youths to stop throwing chips at him’

Police want to identify this man in connection to reports of a  McDonald’s customer being beaten up in Waterloo station – following a large amount of chips being thrown at him.

The victim was left with a fractured eye socket following the assault, after it is said he asked a group of customers at the fast-food outlet in Waterloo Station to stop throwing fries at him shortly after midnight on October 4.

Police said a young man then punched him in the face, making him fall to the floor.

The victim was treated for his fractured eye socket in hospital.

Police said they believe the man pictured in the CCTV images could have information to help them with their investigation.

Any who recognises him, or has information about the attack, should contact British Transport Police by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 05 of 04/10/18.

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