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Man Pulled A Gun On a McDonalds Employee For Messing Up His Order And I Totally Get Where He's Coming From

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Smoking Gun - Tennessee cops are hunting for a McDonald’s patron who pulled a gun on restaurant workers after complaining that his drive-thru order was short a McDouble cheeseburger. According to police, Demetri Johnson, 21, placed an order early last Thursday at a McDonald’s in Nashville. After receiving his food, he pulled away from the restaurant’s drive-thru lane. Johnson, pictured at right, soon returned to the eatery “and complained that he was missing a McDouble cheeseburger,” cops reported. A McDonald’s manager asked Johnson to park his car and promised “he would bring out the missing item.” Detectives allege that after waiting for a few minutes, Johnson entered the restaurant with a gun in his hand. After racking the weapon, he demanded that his McDouble order be fixed. “He and the three women with him also demanded fresh fries and new soft drinks,” cops added. The quartet departed after receiving their food. Johnson is being sought on a felony aggravated assault charge. According to court records, Johnson has previously been arrested for weapons possession and theft. (1 page)


I totally get where he’s coming from here. It is outrageous, preposterous, erroneous to be missing a McDouble from your order. This is my story: Last Saturday, we went to McDonalds. I ordered a few things, we drive up to the window and hand the woman my debit card. She then proceeds to hand me a large Powerade, chicken nuggets, and a filet o fish. So I was like uhhh scuse me, this isn’t the correct order. The woman in the drive thru, I can’t remember her exact words, but it was something like “I know, but that’s what you’re getting”. We were STUNNED. I didn’t want the fucking powerade, and definitely didn’t want that filet o fish at 2am. So I was like what do you mean, can’t you just give me my order? And she said no. So I yelled at her until she gave me my money back. If I had a gun, I can’t promise I wouldn’t have waved that thing around to expedite the process. I think she was just pulling random foods and throwing them into the bag, but I have no idea why she’d give me a drink when I didn’t even order one. And if it was for the car behind us, what was she planning on giving them? It was the most bizarre McDonalds experience of my life.