A Pennsylvania man has been charged with assault and disorderly conduct for his alleged rampage last month at McDonald’s, a meltdown reportedly triggered when his drive-thru order contained a hamburger with an unwanted piece of cheese.
Sean Varone, 35, was named in a District Court criminal complaint filed yesterday in York County, Pennsylvania.
According to cops, Varone became irate on November 30 after he “found his sandwich had cheese on it which was not what he ordered.” After he was provided a second hamburger–which also had cheese–Varone parked his vehicle and entered the McDonald’s.
Inside the restaurant, Varone allegedly began yelling at workers and demanded a refund. After getting his money back, Varone knocked over a trash can and “picked up a children’s high chair and threw it towards another dining table” in the crowded restaurant.
Then things got ugly. When Varone left the restaurant, the store manager followed him out to get his license plate number. He allegedly grabbed the manager, put her in a headlock, and grabbed a phone from her hand and smashed it on the ground.
He was charged with two misdemeanors and cited for criminal mischief for breaking McDonald’s cordless phone.
Just think, he never DID get his sandwich.