A Nashville, Tenn., man became so upset about a missing McDouble cheeseburger from his drive-thru McDonald’s order he returned to the restaurant with a pistol, police said.
North Precinct detectives are looking for 21-year-old Demetri Johnson in connection to the Thursday aggravated assault at the restaurant, according to a news release from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. His last known address is on Joseph Avenue.
Police said Johnson placed a drive-thru order early Thursday, received his food and pulled away. He drove back through the drive-thru, complained about the missing cheeseburger and the manager asked him to park and said he would bring out the missing sandwich.
The cheeseburger is not part of the eight items McDonald’s is cutting from its menu in select testing locations.
Johnson is accused of walking into the restaurant a few minutes later with a pistol, racking it and demanding that staff fix the order, police said. He and the three women with him also wanted fresh fries and new soft drinks. They left after receiving their food.
Police ask anyone who sees Johnson to contact Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.
Source: USA Today