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McDonald's drive-thru customer pulls gun over missing dipping sauce (or fries)

Suspect "pointed the gun at the employee and said 'don't make me use this,'" officer says.
By Evan Bleier   |   March 20, 2014 at 1:54 PM   |   Comments

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March 20 (UPI) -- An Oklahoma man who didn’t get the right fast food order was really, really not lovin’ it…

A McDonald’s employee who was working the drive-thru at a location in Chickasha on Tuesday night claims that a customer pulled a gun and pointed it after something was missing from his order.

"The backseat passenger made a comment asking about their sauce not being in the bag, then pointed the gun at the employee and said 'don't make me use this,’" Police Major Elip Moore told the Chickasha News.

After the gun was pulled, the car pulled away.

According to a witness, the suspect was upset over not receiving fries.

Police are not sure at this time if the gun was real or fake. Apparently the employee is a juvenile so there is some speculation that it could have been a prank.

“Regardless if it was a toy gun or a real gun when they pointed it at the person like it was a real weapon, the person believed it was a real weapon,” Moore told KFOR. “So it’s no difference. It’s felonious pointing of a firearm.”

The police are still investigating and no arrests have been made.


[Chickasha News]
[KFOR]

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