Father And Son Don’t Get Their Chicken Wings, Return To Restaurant With AK-47
A father and son pointed an AK-47 machine gun at a fast food cashier who gave them the wrong order.
An angry Antonius Hart Sr. and Antonius Hart Jr. (pictured below) returned to Pirtle’s Chicken in Memphis after realizing they hadn’t been given the chicken wings they ordered.
The cashier offered to replace the missing pieces, but the pair wanted more, demanding extra chicken pieces due to them having to drive back to the restaurant.
When that was refused, Antonius Hart Sr. allegedly revealed the AK-47 he had brought with him.
Another restaurant worker spied the gun and contacted police. Cops recovered the weapon and 24 live rounds of ammo before charging Hart Sr. with aggravated assault and his 19-year-old son with facilitation of a felony.
The restaurant has declined to comment about the alleged incident, but customers were more than happy to weigh in.
“I guess in this area, people don’t play about their food,” shrugged Courtney Marable to WREG-TV.
Fellow customer Tonya McGraw admitted the men’s actions were “crazy,” but suggested it could help improve customer service: “Next time they better get them wings right.”