Woman goes on rampage inside McDonald's over wrong order
A woman has gone on a rampage inside a McDonald's and called the authorities after staff got her order wrong.
Tianis Jones, 22, walked into a McDonald's in Florida on Thursday, upset her order was wrong and taking a while to fix.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd explained Jones had placed a special online order, but the staff had gotten a few things wrong when she arrived at the drive-thru, so they asked her to wait while they fixed things up for her.
"Well she got McMad," the sheriff said at a press conference, he also said she had paid and staff had offered to refund her over the incorrect order.
In CCTV footage released by Polk County Sheriff's Office, Jones is seen walking into the McDonald's restaurant and she starts talking with a staff member.
She appears to be talking to the staff behind the counter for about a minute before she swings at a sign sitting on the counter and sends it flying.
She then starts shoving more items off the counter in an apparent fit of rage and then walks behind the counter to throw around some cups.
A relative of Jones then enters the restaurant and tries to calm her down.
Staff asked her to leave several times, the sheriff's department said in a statement.
However, she instead decided to call 911.
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“I’m five months pregnant…these people don’t know how to run a m***********g McDonald’s!” she reportedly told the operator.
After about 10 minutes, her relative and another woman convinced her to leave McDonald's. Just as she was leaving, she turned to face the employees, lifted up her shirt and began twerking at the employees.
"I don’t know why this woman got as angry as she was, but as the saying goes, she’s a few fries short of a Happy Meal," Sheriff Grady Judd said in the statement.
"Her actions were outrageous… especially for a place where small children often visit. And she caused about one hundred dollars in damages since the items she threw on the floor can’t be used for customers.
"She better not complain about the food we serve her at the county jail."
Jones was arrested by officers on Friday night and she was charged with burglary with assault, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and misuse of 911.
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