Pram drama in restaurant

Tina Maddison and her children Kai and Josh and the pram that was broken when a drunken man fell on to it in McDonalds.
Tina Maddison and her children Kai and Josh and the pram that was broken when a drunken man fell on to it in McDonalds.
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A mum says her son’s legs could have been broken after a drunken man fell on his pram and crushed it.

Luckily, Tina Maddison’s two-year-old son Kai wasn’t sitting in his pushchair at the time but was enjoying a McDonald’s meal as a treat.

Tina, who was also with her other son Josh, aged 11, said: “We were on our way to a hospital appointment because both my sons have a muscle wasting disease.

“We were halfway through our meal when a drunken man fell onto my pram, which is now unusable.

“It was a very expensive burger because I can’t use my pram now.

“I need my pushchair because my son can’t walk very far on his own.

“My worst fear is if my little boy had been in the pram his legs could have been broken.I was on holiday and was going to see my family in Leeds but I can’t travel without my son’s pushchair.

“It will cost me £150 to replace.

“It’s been an absolute nightmare.” Police said staff at McDonalds in Lancaster had contacted them but as no crime had been committed, it would be treated as a civil matter.

McDonald’s did not comment on the incident.