Unhappy Customer Pulls Gun On Mcdonald’s Worker

A man unhappy with the quality of his meal pulls a gun on a McDonald's worker, he is later arrested at a burger king

Derrick Walker McDonalds gun
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On Monday 28th November, 27-year-old Derrick Walker was arrested for pulling out a gun on a McDonald's employee, due to his dissatisfaction with the quality of their food.

On Sunday Morning Derrick walker was at a Mcdonald's drive-thru in North Kansas City, Missouri, he had ordered and received his food but was unhappy with his order.

He was angry at the employee's at the fast food restaurant and demanded a refund for his meal. The Employees obliged to Walker's request and began to hand back Derrick's money. As the workers gave derrick his money back, Derrick pulled out a gun and pointed it at the McDonald's employee.

Police were informed of the incident and they later found Walker with his girlfriend at a Burger King drive-thru, where he was arrested. 

Derrick Walker was charged with unlawful use of a weapon.



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