Raging customer slaps Burger King employee in face 'during rant over missing nuggets'

THIS is the moment a raging customer slaps a Burger King employee  — after reportedly being short-changed on his chicken nuggets. 

The furious man can be heard shouting and swearing as a shocked employee calmly reminds him he is being filmed by a security camera. 

The video did not capture the entire incident.

But it appeared the customer was angry about the actions of another worker who was not seen on camera, accusing her of robbery and "stealing stuff".

First he throws the menu before yelling: "Since she needs to get the f*** out here before I get her put in jail for the rest of her life!"

The server is then slapped after calmly reminding him he is being filmed by a security camera.

The thug then storms out of the restaurant in Pennsylvania.

According to TMZ,the row was about the number of chicken nuggets served and that a 21-year-old called Austin Addison was charged with harassment, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.

Burger King has commented on the incident.

The clip has emerged as a Burger King employee was reportedly shot dead in Orange County by allegedly by a drive-thru customer who was angry about a delay in receiving his food.

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The suspect was identified as 37-year-old Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes who is charged with murdering Desmond Armond Joshua, 22, who had only started working at the restaurant, reports 6News.

Burger King released a statement Monday about the shooting.

"We are deeply saddened to hear of the tragic incident that took place at the Burger King on 7643 E. Colonial Drive and passing of team member Desmond Joshua.

"Our deepest condolences go out to Desmond’s family and friends during this difficult time."

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