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Wendy's cashier says customer pointed gun at her: 'She cocks it back like she was going to shoot me'

Erin Donnelly
Security footage shows the woman pointing a gun while in the drive-thru. (Photo: WSB-TV)
Security footage shows the woman pointing a gun while in the drive-thru. (Photo: WSB-TV)

Just weeks after a Georgia woman was arrested for disorderly conduct at McDonald’s after having a meltdown over her hot apple pie order, a Wendy’s in the same state has had its own brush with criminal customer behavior.

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As Atlanta’s WSB-TV reports, a woman who pulled up to the drive-through window of a Wendy’s in McDonough, Ga. was caught on camera as she pointed a gun at the cashier late Saturday night.

According to the cashier who served the disgruntled customer, the woman had four kids in her car, identified as a black Nissan Altima. The Wendy’s employee told WSB-TV that she got upset and pulled the weapon because it was taking a long time for her card to be processed for her order.

“All of a sudden, there was a black gun pointed directly at me,” the cashier said. “She cocks it back like she was going to shoot me.”

The woman also reportedly asked for a refund before driving off.

Henry County police are now seeking the public’s help in identifying the angry customer so they can pursue the matter.

“Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our team members and customers,” a spokeswoman for Meritage Hospitality Group, the franchise group that oversees the McDonough Wendy’s, told Yahoo Lifestyle. “We are thankful that our employee was unharmed in this incident and will continue to cooperate with law enforcement as they conduct their investigation.”

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