Seriously, this would happen in San Francisco.
Chris Brooks headed into the McDonalds on 16th and Potrero to grab an egg mcmuffin before heading into work. As he was walking in he noticed another man gripping a lifeless animal.
"The guy came in screaming, 'Help, help, help!'" said Brooks. "He came to the counter, and I thought it was a dog at first. The employees told him to leave and he went and sat down with it. "
via SF Gate
The San Francisco Police Department responded to the scene at about 7 a.m. and Officer Adam Lobsinger says the man was evaluated for mental health.
"Based on our information, he didn't meet the criteria (for psychiatric detention)," said Lobsinger. "We always offer services. The city has a number of services. When we do a mental health detention, that's a little more in-depth. That means you're a threat to yourself or to others."
Lobsinger could not provide details on the man's housing situation.
McDonald's said in a statement the restaurant was closed and sanitized immediately after the incident.