One McDonald’s customer was definitely not lovin’ his fast-food dining experience. Earlier this month, Jedediah Ezekiel Fulton, 37, was arrested after an incident at a McDonalds in Sutherlin, Oregon.
According to a police report published by The Smoking Gun, "Fulton caused a disturbance due to being upset McDonald's would not make him 30 double cheeseburgers."
As a reaction to this perceived McInjustice, "Fulton destroyed a banner and attempted to destroy their golden arches."
It’s unclear exactly how Fulton tried to destroy the arches. The person who reported the incident to police then confronted Fulton. Police said Fulton reacted by grabbing the collar of that person. Another customer who witnessed the altercation "feared for Reporting Party's life so a firearm was displayed."
Fulton was arrested on suspicion of second-degree disorderly conduct, second-degree criminal trespass, second-degree criminal mischief and harassment. It’s unclear if he has a lawyer who can speak on his behalf at this time.
It’s unclear if the person who brandished the firearm faced any charges.
This isn’t the first time a McDonald’s customer became violent after an order didn’t go their way. Earlier this month, a customer who ordered a bacon biscuit but instead mistakenly received a sausage biscuit allegedly shoved an employee into a fryer.
[Photo: Sutherlin Police Department]
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