Written by Philip Wright
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Monday, 6 September 2010

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"Mr Lama, you need a car."

The 14th Dalai Lama has allegedly paid damages to a McDonalds worker after an incident at a McDonalds Restaurant in an unnamed location.

CCTV footage of the incident- which happened some time last year- has appeared on youtube over the last few days. The grainy 40-second footage shows The Dalai Lama arriving at the drive-thru on foot and asking for, "A Happy Meal and McFlurry."

The worker on duty told The Dalai Lama that without a car, he couldn't be classed as a drive-thru customer and therefore could not be served.

It was at this point that the world famous holy man flew into a rage and began banging the glass violently. The video continues, as The Lama removed his left sandal and hurled it towards the young worker's head.

The worker, identified only as "Tom," recalled what happened:

"Some weird man in a dress was just going nuts. I told him he couldn't be served without a car and he just yelled something like, "I'm f***ing Danny Lama." I think that's what he said. I just politely told him, "Mr Lama, you need a car."

The video then shows how The Dalai Lama tried to grab a handful of sugar packets through the window before storming off empty handed.

Damages somewhere in the region of $5000 was apparently paid to the restaurant to cover the costs of repairing the window and removing a sandal from the milkshake machine.

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