A North Dakota man is facing a felony after allegedly asking a customer at McDonald’s to purchase food for him and reportedly pulling out a gun when he was denied.
Just after noon on September 30, a man walking to a McDonald’s in Bismark was approached by a stranger who asked him to buy him a burger and a Happy Meal. The customer declined, told the man to “get a job,” and continued his journey to eat lunch at the Golden Arches.
While standing in line in the crowd of youngsters and adults, the man was waiting to order his meal when he was reportedly approached again by the person who previously asked him to buy the food for them. He allegedly pulled out a 9mm handgun and pointed it in the man’s direction. According to reports, the man holding the gun said he felt disrespected when he was told to get a job. He reportedly put the gun in the waistband of his pants while cursing at the man, and then left the establishment.