Unhappy with meal, McDonald's customer gets disorderly, police say

Aug. 16, 2011

A 29-year-old man was warned for disorderly conduct after he returned to a McDonald's three hours after placing an order to curse at employees and demand a refund for an issue involving tomatoes, according to a city of Brookfield police report.

But he did get his money back.

Also from the report:

The 29-year-old pulled into the drive-through lane and began cursing at employees at the McDonald's at 300 N. Moorland Road about 8 p.m. Aug. 10.

The man said he would hold up the line of cars behind him until he got a refund for the food he had ordered three hours prior.

He then parked his car and went inside to continue to discuss what one employee told police appeared to be "an issue with tomatoes" related to his order.

Officers responded and warned the man for disorderly conduct.

He was then given a refund for his order and told not to return to the restaurant.

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