THIS is the shocking moment a McDonald’s bouncer body slams a customer to the ground leaving him knocked out cold.
The disturbing footage was captured outside the fast-food restaurant in Belfast on Monday night.
The clip – streamed over Facebook Live – begins with the doorman fighting the man in the doorway.
The bouncer delivers a kick to the back of the unknown man’s legs causing him to crumple to the ground.
He quickly gets back to his feet and the two square up – throwing punches at each other.
A woman who is filming can be heard saying: “Jesus Christ come on to f***, serious” before begging the men to stop while they grapple with each other.
The bouncer then manages to get the upper hand and lifts the man high into the air, before ferociously slamming him into the ground.
The man lands with a sickening jolt and appears to be knocked unconscious.
The camera woman screams out: “Ahhh! He is knocked clean out.”
The bouncer then picks up the man’s limp legs and pushes him away from the doorway of the fast food chain.
Another woman can be heard shouting: “That’s his head!” as the clip ends.
The clip was shared on Twitter and has since been viewed more than 22,000 times.
A spokeswoman for Police Service Northern Ireland said today: “Police are investigating an altercation outside fast food premises at Castle Place in Belfast City Centre on Monday, November 23.
“The altercation was reported to have taken place at around 5.50pm after a security staff member asked a customer to leave the premises.
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“A man aged in his 20s was arrested following the incident, then subsequently released on bail, and remains in hospital receiving treatment for a head injury.”
A McDonald’s spokesman commented: “We can confirm that an incident took place outside the Donegall Place restaurant on Monday afternoon.
“The PSNI were called and we are assisting the police with their enquiries.”