"Based on our information, he didn't meet the criteria (for psychiatric detention)," San Francisco police Officer Adam Lobsinger told the Chronicle. "We always offer services. The city has a number of services. When we do a mental health detention, that's a little more in-depth. That means you're a threat to yourself or to others."
The restaurant was closed briefly while it was cleaned.
"Staff cleaned and sanitized the entire dining room and reopened the restaurant two hours later," McDonald's told the Chronicle in a statement. "The health department visited the restaurant this afternoon and cleared the restaurant for full operations."
The city’s department of public health confirmed the restaurant was cleaned and passed inspection before it reopened two hours later.