Two men from Florida were arrested this week after pulling their guns out on a drive-thru employee at a Palm Coast McDonald's after he reportedly sold them five burgers which they said were cold.
Jawan Davis and Jordon Dunn, both 20, were arrested and charged over the incident.
"I don't play about my food," Davis reportedly said while holding a pistol.
The cops detained the pair as they waited in their car for warm burgers to be brought out by an employee. While they sat and waited, the employee called the police.
Police searched the car and found a stolen handgun and a BB gun in the vehicle. Davis was held on $13,000 bond, and Dunn's bond was set at $10,500.
Dunn told arresting officers that Davis "was just playing around with the gun." The McDonald's employee said he felt "his life was being threatened," according to the police report.
Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said he thinks the men only stayed because they paid for the food.
"Guns can go off. I mean lots of things can happen," Staly said. "You don't play with guns."
A small amount of marijuana was also found inside the passenger's side door, deputies said.
"These were just two punks trying to see what they could do to get in trouble, and they finally did," Staly said.
According to the New York Daily News, Davis, who was driving, and Dunn, his passenger, were charged with aggravated assault, weapons possession, grand theft with a firearm and larceny.