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Does This Look Like The Face Of A Guy Who Threw A Piece Of Concrete Through A Restaurant Window After They Gave Him Tater Tots Instead Of Fries?

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Tulsa, Okla. — A man could spend up to 10 years in prison because he didn’t like his food order. Gena Carter works for Ralph?s Fish-N-Burger Shack near Pine and Lewis and she says Keenan Anderson, a regular, approached her about his food. “He said he wanted fries, not tater tots, and I shut my window,” Carter said. Anderson reportedly became angry by her actions and picked up a large piece of concrete. “I literally saw him get ready to throw it at me or at the window,” Carter said.\ Anderson threw the concrete, hitting Carter. We’re told when he was arrested, police found him hiding in the closet, inside a sleeping bag. Anderson was recently charged with felony assault and battery.

 

 

Actions have consequences. It doesn’t even matter which side of the argument you fall on regarding french fries vs tater tots (#TeamTaterTots for the record). It’s a matter of service. It’s a matter of getting what you want and what you ordered. Nothing worse than putting your trust in the hands of a bunch of minimum wage-paid workers only to drive away, look in the bag and realize they got the order wrong. #IStandWithKeenan.  Think about all those times you looked in your fast food bag and it had the completely wrong items in it. It made you wanna grab a piece of concrete and throw it through a window, didn’t it? And how many times did you actually go back and do that? Exactly. Zero.  Keenan is standing up for all of us with this criminal act. And don’t give me the, “Well you should’ve checked the bag before driving away” bull shit. I’m an optimist. I assume they put the right food in the bag because that’s their goddamn job. I bet Keenan had the same thought. So seeing the wrong food item caused him to snap. This goes as a warning to all fast food workers. Fuck up and you might get a boulder through your window.

 

 

I bet this guy was an A+ hider as a kid playing Hide and Seek

 

We’re told when he was arrested, police found him hiding in the closet, inside a sleeping bag.

 

#IStandWithKeenan

 

 

h/t ben