Woman Allegedly Fires Gun in McDonalds After Receiving Cold Fries

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A woman in Georgia has been taken into custody after she allegedly pushed her way into a McDonald's kitchen and fired a shot after complaining to the manager that the fries in her order were cold.

According to WTOC, the owner says the woman left with her order, and then returned saying the fries were cold. But as the manager went to go get the customer new fries, the woman allegedly went into the restaurant's kitchen and fired a gun.

The owner says he gave the customer a refund and she left.

Police were called and they arrived to the restaurant to find the woman had already gone. However, officers were able to catch up with her and stopped her car on Liberty Parkway, taking her into custody without incident.

The suspect was identified as Lillian Shantel Tarver, 27, who was being held at the Chatham County Jail on charges of fleeing a police officer for a felony offense, armed robbery, aggravated assault, battery, possession of a firearm during an attempt to commit certain felonies and reckless conduct.

Police said the incident was intended to be an armed robbery.

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