Messed up McDonald's order leads to death threats

JONESBORO, Ark. – A customer’s meal from a Jonesboro McDonald’s late Tuesday was anything but happy.

The police report said late Tuesday and into Wednesday, the suspect customer called the store following a messed up order and made death threats to the staff.

Jonesboro police got involved at 12:05 a.m. Wednesday morning, when Officer Jordan Fowler was sent to McDonald’s on Johnson Avenue in Jonesboro over a “rude customer.” The description may have been considered an understatement by some, as the officer arrived to find the phone on speaker with the suspect threatening two women over messing up his food order. 

Fowler reported the male suspect wasn’t lovin’ it and said the two women better not be there later in the evening and that it “wasn’t worth her life.” He also threatened to come back up to the store and said that he doesn’t play games.

The staff member told police the suspect returned back through the drive thru and returned half of his order. Following a disagreement, the suspect entered the store and began threatening the two staff members life, a female employee claimed.

The suspect is unknown but reportedly drove a silver 2006 Chrysler 300.

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