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Hong Kong man who attacked McDonald’s worker over request to wear mask ordered to pay firm HK$4,000 for breaking cash register

A Hong Kong man has been ordered to compensate McDonald’s HK$4,000 (US$512) after he admitted damaging a cash register and assaulting an employee who reminded him to wear a mask inside the fast-food restaurant last month.GoGoVan driver Cheung Yik-yeung, 25, on Thursday said he regretted the incident, explaining that he had left his mask in a taxi after drinking out of stress as the coronavirus pandemic had caused his monthly income to plummet from HK$25,000 to HK$10,000.He pleaded guilty to…

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