McDonald's Drive-Thru Invader Is Busted, Jailed

Manager attacked after order window breach

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Drive-Thru Invader

JUNE 2--After causing a disturbance at the drive-thru window, a McDonald’s customer broke the window and crawled through the opening into the restaurant, where he attacked a female manager, according to Florida police.

Investigators allege that My-chael Jordan, 33, was asked to leave the premises of the Pinellas Park eatery around 4 AM Sunday following a flap at the 24-hour drive-thru.

But instead of departing McDonald’s, Jordan, who lives two miles from the restaurant, “broke the drive-thru window, crawled in through the window and grabbed and pushed” the 53-year-old employee.

When cops subsequently confronted Jordan, he allegedly fought with three officers and was “tased multiple times with no effect,” according to an arrest affidavit. “All three officers...suffered scrapes and cuts” during the struggle with Jordan, who allegedly spit on the Pinellas Park Police Department cops.

Jordan showed an “indication of drug influence,” police noted.

Pictured above, Jordan was arrested and charged with four felonies: burglary with assault or battery and three counts of resisting police with violence. He is locked up in lieu of $155,000 bond.

Jordan’s rap sheet includes convictions for disorderly conduct; carrying a concealed weapon; marijuana possession; resisting officers without violence; cocaine possession; cocaine sales; and battery on a law enforcement officer. Jordan served about 18 months in state prison following one of his narcotics convictions. (1 page)