Employees at the Daytona Beach fast food restaurant said two women, identified by police as Katrina Bryant, 23, and Melanese Reid, 21, became irate at the drive-thru window early Monday because they did not receive mayonnaise and mustard packets, WFTV, Orlando, Fla., reported Tuesday.
The workers said they scattered when Reid pulled a stun gun from her car and entered the store, attempting to fire the weapon at employees. One worker fled the store and called police from a nearby 7-Eleven store.
The women fled in their car and were pulled over and arrested less than a mile from Wendy's, police said. They are facing charges of assault with a deadly weapon.
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