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Man pulls gun at restaurant because on of his chicken fingers were too small

By Mason White 1:47 PM August 16, 2017
Chicken  fingers (illustration)
Chicken fingers (illustration)
By: Mason White

(Scroll down for video) Employees and customers at a restaurant ran in panic after a customer pulled out a gun because he was not happy with the size of his chicken fingers, according to police in Georgia.

The Columbus Police Department said that they were called twice to the Zaxby’s restaurant located on Buena Vista Road, after the customer, who was not identified, causes people to feel threatened.

Zaxby’s employee Juanakee White said that the incident unfolded on Tuesday evening. The suspect came into the restaurant and ordered chicken fingers.

When he received his food, the man complained that one of his chicken fingers were too small. White offered to exchange the chicken fingers for larger pieces.

The man then left the store and went to his car to retrieve a gun. The man came back inside, causing customers and employees to run for cover.

Police were called, and the suspect was escorted from the scene.

A short while later, the man came back to the restaurant with a gun, causing customers and employees to hide in a freezer.

Police were called again and the suspect was kicked out of the restaurant. So far, no charges have been filed.