They weren’t lovin’ it, so out came the firearms.
Two Florida men were arrested Monday after pulling pistols on a drive-thru employee at a Palm Coast McDonald’s who served them five burgers that weren’t heated to their satisfaction, according to a Flagler County sheriff’s arrest report published by the Smoking Gun.
Jawan Davis and Jordon Dunn, both 20, were busted shortly before 4 a.m. after they reportedly complained their burgers were cold, then brandished pistols.
“I don’t play about my food,” Davis reportedly said while holding a pistol.
Cops in northeast Florida busted the pair as they waited in their car for warm burgers to be brought out by an employee, who instead called police. Davis, who was driving, and Dunn, his passenger, were charged with aggravated assault, weapons possession, grand theft with a firearm and larceny.
A stolen handgun and a BB gun were reportedly found in the car. Davis was held on $13,000 bond and Dunn’s bond was set at $10,500.
Dunn told arresting officers that Davis “was just playing around with the gun.” The McDonald’s employee said he felt “his life was being threatened," according to the police report.