Man shoots Taco Bell drive-thru and employee's car because of missing sour cream


Taco Bell (illustration) 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) Police were called to a Taco Bell in Wisconsin, after an armed man became violent over a mixup in his order.

When police arrived to the restaurant at 12:20 a.m. on the 5700 block of W. Fond du Lac Avenue in Milwaukee, the gunman was no longer there.

MPD Sgt. Timothy Gaurke said that they are looking for the man who shot at the Taco Bell when he learned that his sour cream was missing from his order.

The Taco Bell manager told police that the man was upset that employees forgot to add sour cream to his order.

When he realized that the sour cream was missing, the customer called the restaurant.

However, the manager told the customer that the store was already closed and instructed him to return to the restaurant the next day to get a free meal.

The man was not happy with the response and he immediately returned to the restaurant, where he shot at the drive-thru window.

However, since the window is bulletproof, the glass didn't shatter. The man then shot at the employee's car in the parking lot, the police said.