Squid Game actor Geoffrey Giuliano recorded the moment he claimed he was assaulted by McDonald’s manager.
Giuliano played one of the evil VIPs on the Netflix drama which sees 456 players pitted against each other in violent reinterpretations of classic playground games.
The 69-year-old said he visited the fast food chain and the staff allegedly refused to serve him a veggie burger.
Footage – which was taken from Viral Press – showed a male employee appear to push Giuliano, before another member appeared to raise his hand towards him.
‘An older Indian McDonald’s greeter saw me, politely put me in the line and pushed me forward,’ he said.
‘When they realized we were American, they would not serve me. The whole thing was due to an aggressive manager and another employee who obviously did not like Americans,’ he added to MailOnline.
The real-life Squid Game recently came under fire after Netflix was criticised following claims that the conditions during filming were ‘inhumane.’
The global streaming platform has denied any allegations of ‘of serious injury’ following reports that contestants required medical attention due to filming in very cold temperatures.
While the participants of Squid Game: The Challenge will obviously not die when they get knocked out, like the OG series, they do have the chance of winning a colossal cash prize of $4.56million (£3.7million).
However, several anonymous contestants have come forward and blasted the reality show, with one branding the conditions ‘absolutely inhumane’ over cold temperatures.
They were referring to the game Red Light, Green Light, which, in the drama, sees players try to race across a finish line within five minutes but stand completely still if the red light is activated – any movement then results in instant elimination.
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