New South Wales police are after a man who threw a cash register to the ground and screamed at McDonald's staff after being asked to scan into the restaurant using a QR code.
The Australian state made QR code check-ins compulsory for all food and drink premises on November 23.
The man in his 20s or 30s plucked the cash register from the counter at the McDonalds in Sydney's west and threw it to the ground towards staff after they asked him to check-in.
The incident occurred at around 8pm on Saturday night and police are now appealing to the public for help identifying the man.
A three-week lockdown for those living in Sydney's northern beach suburbs has just started to lift with the state recording 16 community cases in the past week.