Man Accused Of Pulling Gun At McDonald's For Missing Cheeseburger

| by Michael Allen

Demetri Johnson is accused of allegedly pulling a gun on some McDonald's workers who left a cheeseburger out of his order in Nashville, Tennessee.

The incident happened last Thursday when Johnson ordered and picked up his food in the restaurant drive-thru, but drove back and complained about the missing cheeseburger, claim police.

A manager told Johnson to park and said he would bring him the missing food, noted The Tennessean.

However, minutes later, Johnson allegedly entered the restaurant, waved a gun and demanded his cheeseburger.

According to The Smoking Gun, the police report stated, “He and the three women with him also demanded fresh fries and new soft drinks.”

The group reportedly left the McDonald's after receiving their food.

Nashville police have charged Johnson with felony aggravated assault and are asking for the public's help in finding him.

Sources: The Smoking Gun, The Tennessean
Image Credit: Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Media Handout