An Ohio man might have earned himself a one-way ticket to Hell after pulling out a gun and pointing it at a Burger King employee who was working the drive-thru Easter morning.

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The man pulled out the gun because he was upset about the price of his order.

Ohio Man Pulls Gun On Burger King Drive-Thru Worker For Giving Him A Discount

I can see how someone might be frustrated if they waited in a long drive-thru line and when they got home realized part of their order was missing.

If that happened, most people would be mad for a minute and get over it.

Other people might call and complain about the missing items.

And If they really screwed up the order they might drive back and ask for the missing items.

Those are all reasonable reactions, but what this Ohio man did when an employee actually saved him money makes no sense.

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He Was Trying To Give Him A Better Deal

A man in Ohio allegedly pulled a gun on a Burger King employee after the employee tried to give him a discounted meal.

Credit: News 5 Cleveland via YouTube
Credit: News 5 Cleveland via YouTube

This happened Easter morning in the Cleveland suburb of Willowick.

Howard Tim Vernon, who was working the drive-thru when the man became angry said that when his order came out to $8, which was less than the $11 he was expecting to pay.

Vernon told News 5 Cleveland what happened.

"He was like, 'My order can't be right, it should be like $11,' and I'm like trying to explain to him that we had a promotion going on, and like it's cheaper, and he started cussing and getting all loud."


The customer then left the drive-thru, only to return and point a cocked gun at Vernon, using a racial slur and saying "I should kill you."

Credit: News 5 Cleveland via YouTube
Credit: News 5 Cleveland via YouTube


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Police are still searching for the suspect, who could face charges of aggravated menacing with a firearm.

Authorities say the alleged use of a racial slur could lead to further charges.

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