A man in Oregon allegedly tried to destroy the golden arches of McDonald’s after his order was denied.
A McDonald’s customer in Oregon tried to destroy the restaurant of the famous golden arches, earlier this month, after employees refused to fill in his decision of 30 double cheeseburgers, police say.
Jedediah Ezekiel Fulton, was arrested and charged in connection with his alleged outburst at the McDonald’s in western Oregon.
The police in Sutherlin — about 165 miles south of Portland — arrested 37-year-old Jedediah Ezekiel Fulton on March 16 on suspicion of second-degree disorderly conduct, second-degree criminal offence of the second degree, criminal mischief and harassment, the News-Review of Roseburg, Oregon, reported.
Authorities say Fulton was angry when the fast-food restaurant refused to make his order. Police say he destroyed a banner, and then fell to the arches.
The Sutherlin Police Department says he also grabbed a person’s shirt, and that a witness pulled a gun.
It was not clear from the online records as Fulton has a lawyer. No further details are released.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.