An irate Taco Bell buyer was arrested after he stole a hearth extinguisher and sprayed it everywhere in the drive-thru, police stated.
When Johnnie E. Rice visited a Taco Bell in West Allis, Wis., on Sunday, a supervisor noticed him “performing surprisingly and bugging prospects,” Deputy Chief Robert Fletcher informed Fox Information.
Rice left the quick meals institution and allegedly stole a hearth extinguisher and windshield washer fluid from a close-by enterprise. When he returned, the supervisor blocked him from reentering the restaurant.
Rice then allegedly walked by way of the drive-thru lane and sprayed the hearth extinguisher on the facet of the restaurant.
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The responding officer “noticed the drive-thru space was lined in a white layer which he believed to be from the hearth extinguisher,” Fletcher stated, including it doesn’t seem he used the windshield washer fluid within the alleged vandalism.
Police famous Rice was cited – not criminally charged – for the alleged incident. West Allis police didn’t get hold of surveillance video of the alleged crime.
West Allis is a suburb of Milwaukee.