I'm not exactly lovin' it, but I'm pleased to hear that the female couple who attacked a McDonald's employee when he questioned a $50 bill they presented -- one of whom wound up getting her head bashed in by the employee -- have pleaded guilty to starting the fracas in the troubled Greenwich Village location. The New York Post reports that Denise Darbeau, 24, and Rachel Edwards, 24, will serve no jail time under the plea. (The couple has since split.) While cellphone video from the incident seem to show that Rayon McIntosh went "overboard" beating Darbeau with a grill scraper, he only did this after she'd smacked him and jumped over the counter to further torment him. (Edwards then came after him.) My feeling is the second you ASSAULT and/or JUMP OVER THE COUNTER at someone's place of employment, they have every right to do whatever they think is necessary to protect themselves. (I'm not here to judge how someone else would react in that scary situation.) A grand jury seems to agree with my way of thinking. McIntosh was cleared in December after convincing the panel that he was acting in self-defense. Full story HERE.