Unsatisfied Wendy's customer pulls gun on worker at drive-thru window

Police in Henry County, Ga., are asking for help identifying a hangry Wendy’s customer who pulled a gun at the drive-thru window over the weekend.

The woman, reportedly dissatisfied with how long workers took to prepare her order, had demanded a refund for a kid's meal just prior to the incident. She was subsequently caught on surveillance footage snatching back her debit card from the cashier working at the drive-thru, before pulling out the firearm and waving it in the direction of the window.

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There was also an adult passenger in the passenger’s seat, and two children in the back of the vehicle, according to Fox 5.

“If the gun would have been fired it would could have harmed the clerk at the window, subsequent employees or any customers that could have been in the restaurant as well,” said Sgt. John Davis of the Henry County Police Department.

On Facebook, Henry County Police also urged anyone with information to come forward and help identify the suspect.

“On March 2nd, 2019 at approximately 11:15 PM, a female driving a black Nissan Altima pointed a handgun at a cashier working the drive-thru window at Wendy’s, 1760 Jonesboro Road, McDonough, Ga.,” wrote police.

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“If you have any information regarding the vehicle or its occupants, please contact Lt. Waddell or Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121.”