He wasn’t lovin’ it.
Police in New Orleans are searching for a suspect who they say pulled a gun on McDonald’s workers at a drive-thru window after believing they got his order wrong.
The suspect — described as a black man in his late teens or early 20s with “Rick Ross”-style sideburns – pulled up at the fast-food restaurant on South Carrollton Avenue in a gray Nissan Altima with four other passengers at about 8 p.m. Tuesday and ordered food, police said.
New Orleans Police Dept.
After getting his order, the suspect looked it over and told the McDonald’s employees that it was missing an item. The workers then inspected the food and told the suspect that it was indeed correct, police said.
The irate suspect then pulled out a gun and threatened the restaurant employees before driving off. The Altima has a temporary license plate tag in the upper-left corner of its rear windshield, possibly beginning with the numbers 1784. The car also had factory-installed rims, police said.
The suspect faces charges of aggravated assault with a firearm. Police ask anyone with information to call (504) 658-6020.