Cops: Customer Pointed Gun At Drive-Thru Worker And Demanded A Hamburger

“Give me a hamburger or I’ll shoot you.”

That is what Dechazo Harris, gun in hand, allegedly said to a Florida drive-thru worker with whom he quarreled over an order.

According to police, Harris, 27, ordered a midnight meal via a drive-thru speaker at a Checkers in West Palm Beach earlier this year. When he drove to the pick-up window, he sought to submit a second order.

However, Checkers manager Rontavious Tarver, 20, explained to Harris (seen below) that if he wanted to place another order, he would have to drive around to the speaker and place it there.

In response to that direction, Harris, cops charge, pulled out a gun and pointed it at the Checkers employee. As he began to exit his vehicle, Harris threatened the worker, “Give me a hamburger or I’ll shoot you.” He added, “Bro, you don’t know who I am.”

Two male passengers in Harris’s car convinced him not to fire his weapon. “Shea, stop it, get in the car,” they said, according to the police report. The pistolero subsequently returned to the Oldsmobile and fled--but not before his license plate was captured.

Though Tarver immediately identified Harris from a photo lineup, the Palm Springs resident was not arrested until Tuesday morning for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a felony. Harris is locked up in the county jail in lieu of $5000 bond.