DAYTON, Ohio, May 29 (UPI) -- Police in Ohio said a man who allegedly crashed his truck into a Taco Bell because his order was missing a taco is facing a felony vandalism charge.
Investigators said the man was with a woman early Tuesday when he went through the drive-through at the fast food restaurant on Chambersburg Road in Huber Heights. He returned to the window and shouted at employees when he noticed his order was missing a 99-cent taco, WEKF-TV, Dayton, Ohio, reported Tuesday.
Employees gave the man a new taco and he drove off but stopped at the front of the store to ram his truck into the entrance, police said.
Sgt. Chris Kash of the Huber Heights Police Department said officers followed a trail of fluids leaking from the man's vehicle to his home, about 2 miles from the eatery, and arrested him on felony vandalism charges, WDTN-TV, Dayton, reported.
"The damage he's done to a business is vandalism, also, loss of business here and everything it's going to take to replace," Kash said. "This is a brand new store. They just built this and opened it maybe six months ago."