Florida man given wrong McDonalds order, kicks teen, deputies say

16-year-old girl treated at Munroe Regional Medical Center after beating

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SUMMERFIELD, Fla. – A Florida man wasn’t lovin’ it Monday night after deputies got a call about a battery on a 16-year-old girl who gave him the wrong McDonald's order, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office.

Barry Eugene Speakman, 32, asked the teen to order him a Double Quarter Pounder with cheese, pickles, mayo and fries for dinner, when the girl came back to Speakman she gave him a Quarter Pounder with cheese, pickles, mayo --  and forgot the fries.

After the 16-year-old returned by McDonald's she was eating her chicken nuggets in a different room of the Summerfield home when Speakman came up behind the girl and asked her about the order, according to the report.

“I thought you said you got my order right,” Speakman said, according to witnesses and then kicked her in the right shoulder area.

"You got my order wrong," Speakman said, then kicking her in the neck.

Deputies arrested Speakman and he was charged with simple battery and was then transferred to Marion County Jail. Speakman admitted on tape to the kicking the girl.

The victim was brought to Munroe Regional Medical Center by Marion County Fire Rescue.