Cold Burgers In Florida Can Make You Unhappy So You Will Pull Your Gun
Sempember 10. Florida, USA. Jawan Davis and Jordan Dunn were on their joy ride Monday when they pulled into a Palm Coast McDonalds drive-thru and ordered five hamburgers.
When they received their order Davis felt that the food was cold. He became upset and demanded the hamburgers to be remade.
That’s when the men both flashed firearms at the drive-thru employee and threatened him, the cashier told deputies. Davis said, “I don’t play about my food.”
The cashier agreed to remake the burgers, but called 9-1-1. Deputies arrived while the unsatisfied and still hungry guys were waiting in their car in the drive-thru line. A BB gun, an unloaded handgun and a small bag of weeds were seized from the suspects’ vehicle by officers.
The unlucky burger lovers admitted that cold food frustrated them and that was why they displayed their weapons. But Davis told officers he and Dunn were simply joking with the McDonald’s worker when they flashed their guns.
Jawan Davis Jr. and Jordon Dunn, both 20, were charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
It's time to display the slogan in McDonalds menu saying something like "if your burgers were served cold, show us your gun."