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Former McDonald's cook Rayon McIntosh, with his girlfriend Althea Bartley at her Queens apartment. (Jeff Bachner for New York Daily News)

The former McDonald’s cook who was cleared of assault charges in the October beating of two unruly customers, says he plans on suing McDonald’s.

Rayon McIntosh, 31, who served 11 years in prison for manslaughter, says he feared for his life when the two women lunged over the counter, and blames McDonald’s for his response.

McIntosh said he grabbed the closest weapon within reach, a steel and aluminum pole used to scrape food from the gutters of the grill.

“I just grabbed that up and I started swinging it,” McIntosh recalled. “I had no other option to defend myself.”

He said he blames McDonald’s for putting him in the perilous position, explaining that staffers had warned the franchise owner of fights, drunken customers and even guns inside the eatery.

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