Nicely, that didn’t go properly.
One Louisiana man reportedly held up a Burger King in New Orleans armed with a chair to demand meals from the chain.
On Dec. 10, New Orleans Police Division officers arrested Steven Oliver after the person precipitated a commotion in a BK location within the 4000 block of Tulane Avenue, Nola.com stories.
Based on the outlet, the suspect charged into the institution round 2:30 p.m., arming himself with a chair and going behind the counter to make his calls for.
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“The person raised the chair, threatened staff and demanded meals,” Nola.com stories.
The Burger King staffer complied, and Oliver was capable of escape — albeit quickly.
The 35-year-old man was quickly captured by authorities within the close by neighborhood, and arrested him in reference to the crime.
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Oliver was booked into the Orleans Justice Middle the next morning, Nola.com stories; his bond info stays unknown right now.