A person’s do-it-yourself meal might value him a bit greater than the worth of a Mexican Pizza.
Police have been referred to as to a Taco Bell in Spartanburg, S.C., final week when a buyer stormed behind the counter to make his personal meals, after complaining a couple of lack of meat.
In keeping with the police report, the unidentified buyer had gone by way of the drive-thru and ordered a Mexican Pizza from the Tex-Mex chain.
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Quickly after the suspect obtained his meals, he got here into the shop allegedly outraged that “there was not sufficient meat on his Mexican Pizza,” the incident report states.
Taco Bell worker Crystal Smith claims she remade the order, however the man was nonetheless upset that there wasn’t sufficient meat on the pizza. Smith stated the person started to demand a refund, however was denied as a result of there was not a supervisor on scene to approve it.
In keeping with the incident report, this “enraged the suspect,” and he went behind the counter to “present the workers learn how to make his meals the suitable approach.”
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The workers allegedly repeatedly demanded that the suspect go away, however the suspect refused and “used foul language” on the Taco Bell staff.
The client didn’t comply with well being or security tips whereas he was making his meal, and didn’t put on gloves, the workers additionally said.
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As soon as the person completed getting ready his meals, he reportedly left the premises with out additional incident.
Police are nonetheless looking for the suspect, who was stated to be driving a newer-model Dodge Challenger. In keeping with the incident report, the person doubtlessly faces expenses of theft of property and trespassing.