Two McDonald’s customers, Jordon Dunn and Jawan Davis arrested after pulling guns on Palm Beach drive thru worker after receiving cold burgers.
Jawan Davis Jr. and Jordon Dunn, both 20, demanded their order be remade and flashed the firearms around 4 a.m. Monday at the Palm Beach fast-food joint, the Dayton Beach News-Journal reported.
‘I don’t play about my food,’ Davis reportedly said after receiving five cold burgers and demanding their orders be re-made.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office said the employee instead went to the back of the restaurant where they called 911.
Deputies arrived while the two customers were still at the drive-thru window waiting for their new order.
Davis told authorities that the pair was only joking when they took out the handguns — while saying they weren’t pleased that their food was cold.
‘This is a story that could have had a very different outcome,’ Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly told WESH. ‘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.’
Both men were arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with deputies saying deputies they found a stolen handgun as well as a BB gun in their possession.
Dunn also faces charges of marijuana possession while Davis was booked on charges of driving without a Florida license and grand theft of a firearm.
‘These guys were driving around looking for trouble and they got it,’ Flagler Sheriff Rick Staly said in a written statement. ‘Now they can enjoy the food served at the Green Roof Inn.’
Both men remained in custody at the Flagler County jail, where they’re being held without bail.
Because a fast food burger always tastes better when your finger is on the trigger …