It was getting a little rowdy at a Texas Wendy’s restaurant. A customer grew extremely frustrated after he received the wrong order at a drive-thru. What he did after was totally unexpected.
Christian Ellis, 19, opened fire at a Wendy’s restaurant in Frisco, Texas. After receiving the wrong order in the drive-thru line, he marched into the restaurant and argued with employees. He then fired off several shots, thankfully not injuring him.
However, he was arrested two days later and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. In addition, two people in the car witnessing the shooting have been charged with failing to report a felony.
Tyran McLeod and Shaquita Glaspie have reportedly been arrested.
Fast food restaurants have been the latest hit for violence. An Arizona Wendy’s was in the news after an employee sucker punched an elderly customer licking a Frosty.
A Dallas Taco Bell was also at the center of drama after an employee threw boiling water on customers after asking for their incorrect order to be remade.