A Georgia man and former metropolis worker was arrested after allegedly impersonating a police officer and threatening to shoot two Subway workers over his lunch order.
Based on police, Eric McMillian, who beforehand labored for town of Kennesaw, received upset when the restaurant workers charged him for further cheese on his sandwich, WSB-TV studies.
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McMillian additionally reportedly threatened to arrest the 2 staff on the chain.
He has since been fired after simply six months on the job as a enterprise license specialist. Kennesaw Mayor Derek Easterling was shocked by his former worker’s habits.
“He misrepresented his place. He misrepresented who he was as an individual. That bothers me at a special stage, not simply as mayor, however as a citizen,” Easterling informed WSB-TV.
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“He was an amazing worker, labored onerous. He did not appear to have any issues,” he mentioned.
A spokesperson for Subway didn’t reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.