Man Fires Gun Into Taco Bell Drive-Thru, Citing Lack Of Sauce

An Oklahoma City Taco Bell is coping with an standard customer support drawback. On New Year’s Eve, a person who ordered by way of the drive-thru (his order was not specified) was sad with the quantity sauce on his meals: he claimed there was not sufficient.

Sergeant Gary Knight the Oklahoma City police described the incident: “It seems that there was some kind confrontation with an worker by way of the drive-thru. A person was complaining about not getting sufficient sauce, or not getting any taco sauce and was very upset.” So far so good; a taco ought to actually have the correct quantity sauce on it. On the opposite hand, Taco Bell workers do not receives a commission sufficient to get shot at with a semi-automatic pistol.

After capturing by way of the window, Knight says,”the suspect then entered the enterprise, received out and got here contained in the enterprise. The workers locked themselves within the toilet. He apparently left. It’s unclear precisely what he did whereas he was in there as they have been hiding,”

The sergeant additionally shared this piece knowledge about the entire incident: “any time you’ve got received individuals inside a enterprise and a few individual decides, for no matter cause, to fireside bullets into that enterprise, makes for a really harmful scenario.”

McDonald's Is Officially Restocked With Szechuan Sauce

Monday’s have never been better. McDonald’s has ficially restocked all its U.S. restaurants with the popular sweet and spicy Szechuan Sauce. After fering the dip for a limited time in October, thanks to Rick and Morty, the sauce is now available to all – until supplies last, course. 

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“Last October, we truly meant well when we brought back a super-limited batch Szechuan Sauce, but it quickly became apparent we did not make enough to meet the expectations our fans,” McDonald’s said in a statement. “We did not anticipate the overnight crowds, the cross-state travel and the amazing curiosity, passion and energy fans showed.”

The sauce was first introduced 1998 to promote the Disney film Mulan. It clearly wasn’t loved that much as it only lasted for a short amount time. Since the cartoon show Rick and Morty introduced the dip in its first episode season three, people have been buzzing looking for the long-lost condiment in real life. 

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Are you guys a fan this dip or Rick and Morty?