A man was hijacked at gunpoint after he refused to buy an angry stranger some chicken nuggets as he stood by a fast food joint.
Police said the customer had parked his car up and was heading towards Wendy's when John Earl Taylor, 34, asked him to purchase some takeaway in Florida, USA.
The victim told the man that he only had enough money to fund his own meal and then stepped inside the venue, according to Local 10.
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But when he returned, Taylor approached him for a second time while waving a semi-automatic pistol in his hand, reports Local10.
He then ordered him to give him his gold chain and car keys before taking off in the vehicle on Friday ( June 23 ).
It has been reported that a burglary detective spotted the stolen motor nearby but Taylor fled as backup units arrived at the scene.
Taylor foolishly crashed the car and was taken into custody after he was caught during a police chase.
He was taken to Jackson North Medical Center to be treated for minor injuries. Cops then booked him into the Metrowest Detention Center.
Authorities confirmed Taylor is facing charges of armed robbery/carjacking, fleeing and eluding police.
It was also found that he was driving with a suspended license.
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Earlier this year, a restaurant worker was shot in the face after a customer who had an incomplete order.
Anthony Rodriguez was working at American fast food chain George Webb in Wisconsin when he was approached by twin sisters Breanta and Bryanna Johnson.
The twins complained that their order was missing a £2 hamburger and launched an attack against him.
He recalled: “I never expected to get shot being a server.
“I was in so much shock I don’t remember being in much pain, but I remember kind of internally freaking out and being very scared just telling myself, ‘Wow, I’m probably gonna die here'."
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