Over taco sauce complaint, man shoots at fast food restaurant

/ 06:49 PM January 03, 2019

A man in Oklahoma City shot at a drive-thru window multiple times over an argument about taco sauce.

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Police continue to search for a man who confronted a Taco Bell employee at the drive-thru window over not receiving taco sauce or getting the wrong sauce, the Oklahoma City Police Department told KOCO-TV in a Dec. 31 report.


It was around 1:00 a.m. when the man began firing multiple shots through the drive-thru window. He then went out of his car and entered the fast food chain.

To protect themselves, employees hid inside the bathroom and locked it until he left. While in the bathroom, employees called 911 and could hear him banging things in the restaurant.


None of the employees were hurt in the incident. The restaurant was left with shattered glass and the drive-thru window was covered up. Niña V. Guno/JB


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