PALM COAST, Fla. – Two men are accused of threatening employees at a McDonald's drive-thru after they were unhappy with their meals, according to the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.
Employees said Jawan Davis, 20, and his passenger, Jordon Dunn, 20, both of St. Augustine, pulled into the drive-thru at 3:30 a.m. Monday and asked that their food be remade. Employees said both men pulled out weapons "in a threatening manner."
“They pulled their guns on me saying that their food was cold and demanding it be remade,” an employee said in a 911 call.
“They pulled (the guns) out and quote on quote said ‘I do not play about my food,’” the employee said.
A staff member told the men they would remake their food and then called 911, according to the call.
“They are currently at the first window," the employee told dispatchers. "They think we are remaking their food.”
When multiple Flagler County deputies arrived at the McDonald's on Belle Terre Parkway at 3:51 a.m. the suspects were still in the drive-thru.
Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said he thinks the men only stayed because they paid for the food and didn't realize the employees were calling 911.
Dunn told deputies he didn't want the burgers because "they were cold" and Davis was playing around saying "they're taking too long" and "I don't play about my food."
Deputies said they found a BB gun and a second handgun, both in plain view, inside the car. The serial number on the handgun showed it was stolen in St. John's County, according to the report.
Staly said guns should not be handled like toys.
"Guns can go off. I mean lots of things can happen," Staly said. "You don't play with guns."
A small amount of marijuana was also found inside the passenger's side door, deputies said.
"These were just two punks trying to see what they could do to get in trouble and they finally did," Staly said.
Davis and Dunn were arrested and booked into the Flagler County. Davis is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and grand theft of a firearm. Dunn is charged with marijuana possession and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
"They're going to eat jail food instead," Staly said. "They can always make a complaint but it probably won't get any warmer."