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Posted at 5:43 AM ET, 01/14/2011

Man demands food with shotgun: Police

By Washington Post Editors

A Missouri man was arrested after allegedly demanding food from a closed McDonald's drive-through window with the help of a shotgun, according to this report:

"He told the employee he wanted food and pointed the shotgun at that time," Walter said. "He said, 'If I don't bring some food home for my wife, she's going to kill me.' At that point, the employees didn't want to stick around to listen to any more demands."

Read the full report at the seMissourian web site.

By Washington Post Editors  | January 14, 2011; 5:43 AM ET
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Wow...heckofa wife!!! The sad part about this is that he had the shotgun, and was still afraid of his wife.....

Posted by: awfulexcuse1 | January 14, 2011 8:12 AM | Report abuse

Slacker. He coulda shot himself a moose, field cleaned it, hauled the carcass home and cooked up a big ol' late nite moose snack. Now, after he gets out of jail, the missus will whack him upside the head with the iron skillet again.

Posted by: GP04 | January 14, 2011 9:31 AM | Report abuse

Why couldn't they give him a few desserts to keep her happy. She sounds like a big momma.

Posted by: captgrumpy | January 16, 2011 5:49 PM | Report abuse

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