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Two men pull guns on McDonald’s staff in Florida because their burgers were cold

Florida men ‘threaten McDonald’s staff with guns because their burgers are cold and are arrested as they wait for new ones to be cooked’

  • Two men were arrested at a McDonald’s drive-thru after pulling a gun on an employee because their burgers were cold in Florida 
  • Jawan Davis and Jordon Dunn were charged over the September 9 incident 
  • Davis reportedly said ‘I don’t play’ when it comes to food and reordered burgers 
  • Cops later arrived and found a stolen shotgun and a BB gun inside the car 

Two men were arrested at a McDonald’s drive-thru after pulling a gun on an employee because their burgers were cold. 

The incident happened at McDonald’s on Belle Terre Parkway in Palm Coast, Florida on Monday.

Jawan Davis and Jordon Dunn, both 20, pulled out a gun at the window of a Palm Coast McDonald’s drive-thru after complaining that five burgers they ordered were cold.

Footage shows Flagler County Sheriff’s Office responding to a 911 call made by a McDonald’s employee who was threatened by two customers with a gun because their food was cold 

Jawan Davis

Jordan Dunn

Jawan Davis, (left),  and Jordon Dunn, (right),  were arrested at a McDonald’s drive-thru after appearing to threaten an employee with a gun because their burgers were cold 

Officials said the men told an employee at the window to remake their food after their exchange. The employee claimed that both men pulled out weapons ‘in a threatening manner.’

According to a report, they said they ‘do not play’ when it comes to food while holding up the gun, FOX35 reported. 

Officials said the employee told the men he would remake the food and went to the back of the restaurant to call 911.

Officials said the men told an employee at the window to remake their food after they made a complaint. The men are pictured approaching the car to make an arrest

Officials said the men told an employee at the window to remake their food after they made a complaint. The men are pictured approaching the car to make an arrest

Police are seen arresting the passenger from the car

Police are seen arresting the passenger from the car

Police are seen arresting the passenger from the car at the drive-thru at McDonald’s on Belle Terre Parkway at 3:51 am on Monday 

Deputies said when they arrived, both men were still at the drive-thru window.

Flagler deputies arrested both men and found a stolen handgun as well as a BB gun in their possession.

Authorities said Davis told them the pair were only joking when they waved the gun around, but said they were not happy that their food was cold. 

‘This is a story that could have had a very different outcome,’ Sheriff Rick Staly said.  

Flagler deputies arrested both men and found a stolen handgun as well as a BB gun in their possession

Flagler deputies arrested both men and found a stolen handgun as well as a BB gun in their possession

Police are seen approaching the driver's side of the door to arrest the other man

Police are seen approaching the driver’s side of the door to arrest the other man 

‘This employee kept his cool and did the right thing by calling us. Thanks to his actions and the quick response from our deputies, no one was injured.’

The serial number on the handgun also showed it was stolen in St. John’s County, according to WKMG-TV.

Staly claimed that people need to be careful when handling weapons. He added: ‘Guns can go off. I mean lots of things can happen. You don’t play with guns.’

A small amount of marijuana was also found inside the passenger’s side door, deputies said.  

Davis and Dunn were arrested and booked into the Flagler County. Davis is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and grand theft of a firearm

Davis and Dunn were arrested and booked into the Flagler County. Davis is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and grand theft of a firearm

Deputies found a stolen handgun and a BB gun which were visible from their car, police said

Deputies found a stolen handgun and a BB gun which were visible from their car, police said 

‘These were just two punks trying to see what they could do to get in trouble and they finally did,’ Staly said.

Davis and Dunn were arrested and booked into the Flagler County. Davis is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and grand theft of a firearm. 

Dunn is charged with marijuana possession and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. 

‘They’re going to eat jail food instead. They can always make a complaint but it probably won’t get any warmer.’ 

 

 

 

 

 

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