A man in Oregon has been arrested after staff at a local McDonald’s fast food restaurant called the police about his behaviour. When police arrived the man in question was busy trying to assault the golden arch and also tried to assault somebody inside the restaurant.
McFury!— Real News Line (@RealNewsLine) 21 March 2018
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From witness statements it appears that the man, at one point, seized another person by their collar. Someone in the restaurant was so afraid for their life that they pulled a gun and threatened the man, telling him to leave. It was because of this that the man left the restaurant and then began attacking the golden arches.
@McDonalds So sorry to hear about the out of control customer in Oregon...but why was his order of 30 cheeseburger “declined”? I mean, you are McDonalds...rumor has it you sell 75 burgers every second. Hmmmm?https://t.co/23z7WVhsFq— Carolyn Timmerman (@Carolyntimmerma) 25 March 2018
The man in question has been named as Ezekiel Fulton and he has been arrested on suspicion of second-degree disorderly conduct. Bizarrely, the reason for his behaviour comes from the staff’s refusal to serve his order of 30 cheeseburgers.
So… someone clearly had a craving for cheeseburger.
In another incident from late last year, a man was arrested for improper exhibition of a firearm after he threatened employees at the drive-thru of a McDonald’s when they told him the ice cream machine had broken. He was so furious at this delay that he pulled a replica AR-15 from the backseat of his car and threatened the staff with it. We’re not sure what he was expecting, but we are now deeply concerned about the health of all drive-thru staff as it becomes apparent that a lot of people take refusals of an order very *very* personally.