Steven Noska, a Taco Bell employee, was arrested at around 4 a.m. on Sunday after allegedly shooting a BB gun at an angry customer at a restaurant in Springfield, Massachusetts.
The customer was upset because nobody would wait on him at the drive-thru window, even though the restaurant was open for business, MassLive.com notes.
According to the police report, the customer claimed he waited at the drive-thru for "a very long time" and then started to bang on the drive-thru window.
Sgt. John M. Delaney wrote on the Springfield Police Department's Facebook page that the hungry and irate customer parked his car and and went to the front door of the Taco Bell, which was locked.
After the customer pounded on the front door, Noska came to the door where there was a physical altercation.
Noska reportedly went out to his car, came back with a BB pistol, allegedly shot the customer several times and struck him with the gun.
Witnesses used cell phones to record the confrontation, which was later shown to police.
Noska was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery. His BB pistol was confiscated.