Pistols Pulled Over Cold Food At McDonald's

Drive-thru duo busted for hamburger beef

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Cold Burgers Bust

SEPTEMBER 10--Two Florida nitwits are jailed on felony charges after they allegedly threatened a McDonald’s drive-thru worker with guns because their hamburgers were cold, cops say.

According to an arrest report, Jawan Davis and Jordon Dunn early yesterday brandished two pistols “in a threatening manner” while at the drive-thru window of a McDonald’s in Palm Coast, a city 30 miles north of Daytona Beach.

The men, both of whom are 20, became upset when a McDonald’s worker brought out grub that was not warm enough for their liking. The men told the employee that they wanted their food--which included five burgers--remade.

According to police, one of the men explained that, “I don’t play about my food.” This point was allegedly emphasized when Davis and Dunn “pulled out two pistols” in “a threatening manner” for employee Tyrone Walker to see.

The worker, who agreed to provide Davis and Dunn with fresh food, called 911 while the pair sat in their Ford Fusion waiting for hot burgers.

When cops arrived around 4 AM, Davis and Dunn were arrested at gunpoint by sheriff’s deputies who surrounded the pair’s vehicle. While acknowledging they were upset about the cold food, Dunn and Davis claimed that they were only joking around when they displayed the weapons to the McDonald’s worker.

Dunn reportedly told police that Davis “got mad” about the burgers and “grabbed the Springfield handgun and began waving it around towards the drive thru window.” Davis, Dunn said, “waved the firearm above the driver side window so it could be seen.” Dunn, who was in the front passenger seat, added that he “pulled out his BB gun approximately two times but kept it down by his lap.”

Davis, cops reported, told them he “pulled the black gun out from under the driver’s seat and began waving the gun around.”

A search of the car turned up a stolen handgun, a BB gun, and some marijuana (for which Dunn claimed ownership). Dunn told cops, “I ain’t no bad person” as he was being placed in the rear of a police cruiser.

Pictured above, Davis (top) and Dunn were arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon--and other assorted felony and misdemeanor charges--and booked into the county jail. Davis is being held in lieu of $13,000 bond, while Dunn will need to post $10,500 to secure his release. (3 pages)