Don't Call The Police Because Your McDonald's Fries Are Too Cold If You Happen To Be Wanted For Murder

Fox News — A murder suspect on the run from police in Georgia was arrested Friday after he called 911 to complain about his McDonald’s fries being too cold.

Antoine Sims, 24, entered into a dispute with McDonald’s staff in Kennesaw, Georgia that resulted in both him and management calling the police. When officers arrived at the scene, they discovered Sims had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in a homicide case, FOX 5 of Atlanta reported.

Look, we've all been there. You reach into that red container embossed with the Golden Arches expecting the crunch of a hot, fresh fry and instead bite into flimsy, lukewarm potato mush. The anger that consumes you is enough to dial 911 right then and there. If you're going to do that, though, it's probably a good idea to take a second or two and make sure you haven't (allegedly) committed a murder for which there's a warrant out for your arrest.

I won't blame anyone for calling the cops for such an egregious act, though. Give me what I paid for. You may have to risk life in prison, but I'm getting hot fries come hell or high water in this economy.

Is it this easy to get away with murder, though? This guy just decided he wasn't showing up to court and was out on the town. If he didn't call the police for cold fries — again, justifiably so under different circumstances — were they ever planning on getting around to looking for him at all?

I guess it worked out in the end, though. The least they can do for this guy is get him some hot fries in the clink.