- The teenager left her car running and its lights projecting into another vehicle
- A 36-year-old man allegedly followed her as she drove away from the restaurant
- The Toyota Corolla driver allegedly hurled abuse at the girl before pulling a gun
A female teenager was given the fright of her life during a late night trip to McDonald’s on Sunday when a man allegedly stalked and threatened her with a gun.
The 17-year-old was picking up a relative from McDonald’s in Bankstown, south west of Sydney, just before midnight when she left her car running and headlights projecting into another vehicle in the car park.
A 36-year-old man allegedly followed her as she drove away from the restaurant, on the corner of Rickard Road and Sir Joseph Banks Street, and pulled up alongside her at the nearby Chapel Road intersection.
The 17-year-old was picking up a relative from McDonald’s in Bankstown Sunday night when she was stalked out of the car park and threatened with a gun at a nearby intersection
The man, driving a Toyota Corolla, allegedly hurled abuse at the female driver and her passenger before pulling out a gun and threatening them both with it.
Following the incident being reported to police, a 36-year-old man was arrested at the restaurant at 1am on February 6.
Officers allegedly found two replica pistols, illicit drugs and a sum of cash after conducting a search of the man’s vehicle.
A 36-year-old man was arrested at the restaurant the following night and was charged with several offences
He was charged with two counts of possessing an unauthorised firearm, two counts of common assault, stalking and intimidation causing physical harm.
The man will also face charges over dealing with the proceeds of crime and two counts of prohibited drug possession.
He was refused bail and was set to appear in Bankstown Local Court Tuesday.