09/21/2014 11:50 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Florida Man Allegedly Threatened To Shoot Drive-Thru Employee Over Burger

Palm Beach County Sheriff

Sometimes you just crave a burger.

A Florida man is accused of threatening to shoot a Checkers drive-thru clerk if he did not hand over a hamburger.

Dechazo Harris, 27, drove up to the drive-thru order window after 1:30 a.m. on March 29, the Sun-Sentinel reports. Police in West Palm Beach said that Harris placed an order and pulled around to the pick-up window, where he decided that he wanted to change his meal.

The employee at the second counter informed Harris that he would have to drive around again.

WPTV reports:

Police say that Harris then pulled a gun on the manager and said "give me a hamburger or I'll shoot you."

The manager refused and Harris, according to police, said "Bro you don't know who I am."

Harris was later identified and booked on aggravated assault charges.

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