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McDonald's: Gun Pulled by Man Over Missing Drive-Thru Cheeseburger

By    |   Tuesday, 23 Dec 2014 08:12 PM

A man in Nashville, Tennessee, is accused of pulling a gun in a McDonald’s restaurant and complaining that his drive-thru order was missing a double cheeseburger.

The Metro Nashville Police Department said in a news release the suspect, identified as 21-year-old Demetri Johnson, is wanted on a charge of aggravated assault.

After receiving his order, the man allegedly returned to the drive-thru to complain about his missing cheeseburger and was told to park and the missing item would be brought to him. A few minutes later, he allegedly entered the restaurant with a gun. He racked the pistol and demanded his order to be fixed along with fresh fries and drinks for himself and three women with him, police said.

After receiving their request, the group left the restaurant.

Customers at the restaurant told WSMV-TV that the service at that McDonald’s location is slow at times.

Twitter users responded to the report.







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