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Friday, December 29, 2017

Burger King customer allegedly pulled gun on staff for being too slow, police say

A man in Georgia was arrested earlier this month after allegedly pulling a gun on Burger King employees who were taking too long to prepare his family’s order.

According to a police report obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, on Dec. 23 Emanjula Daracus Brown, along with his wife and three kids, went into the Burger King in Lawrenceville, Ga., and he became “irate” while waiting for his food, employees said.

Workers added that Brown and his wife threw drinks at the staff, and that Brown ultimately drew a gun on them before driving away with his family.

When police caught up to Brown and pulled him over, he claimed that he was only acting in self-defense.



Anonymous said...

"Emanjula Daracus Brown"? Really?

I wonder if he was from Barrack's home town in Kenya.

Anonymous said...

Time for customers to step up to the plate and kick ass while taking names.

Anonymous said...

Oh come on now people we know it takes time to char broil those delicious burgers.

Anonymous said...

Why do these people have to act like this? Claiming self defense on a Burger King employee? There is an example of their ignorance. Also, self defense with a stolen firearm?