12:04 pm May 29, 2012, by Christopher Seward
Taco Bell employees working a drive-thru Tuesday morning were the latest to feel a customer’s wrath after getting an order wrong.
According to police in Huber Heights, Ohio, a 23-year-old man was so incensed that he was missing a 99 cent taco after pulling off from a Taco Bell drive-thru that he returned and rammed an entrance with his pickup truck.
The man, who was not identified, first drove back to the drive-thru, yelled at employees for making the mistake and snatched the taco from an employee after one was made for him, according to a report by ABC 22. The customer then sped off but not before smashing a side entrance.
Police were able to follow a trail of fluid from the smashed truck and arrest the customer, who was charged with felony vandalism after admitting to the destruction, police said.
Two weeks ago, two men were arrested in Murfreesboro, Tenn., after throwing a brick and piece of concrete through a McDonald’s drive-thru window after ordering cheeseburgers without onions and ketchup but getting the burgers with both. The men, who said they were angry their orders were “messed up,” were charged with reckless endangerment, vandalism and public intoxication. A McDonald’s manager and employee were injured by flying glass
Get inside Atlanta's and national business news and how it affects you.
Vacation stops, manage subscriptions and more