Cop Pulls Gun In McDonalds Drive-thru LineSubmitted by Jao171 on Fri, 04/19/2013 - 16:17
Common stereotypes that surround life in the south convey a leisurely pace to life in a very relaxed and welcoming environment. Apparently, Scott Biumi, a sergeant with the Dekalb County police department takes exception to this endearing characteristic of southern society. He took matters into his own hands when a drive-thru line was not moving quickly enough to meet his expectations.
Last week, in a fit of rage reminiscent of antics in the movie Super Troopers, a plain clothes dressed sergeant Biumi assaulted the driver of the car ahead of him in the McDonald’s drive-thru line. WSBTV has the story and the video below:
"A DeKalb County police detective is accused of pointing his service weapon at others in a McDonald’s drive-thru line.
The alleged incident happened at 10:30 p.m. April 9 at a McDonald’s on Old Atlanta Road. The sergeant, identified as Scott Biumi, a 48-year-old resident of Cumming, was arrested in Forsyth County.
Forsyth County Sheriff’s Major Rick Doyle told Channel 2’s Jeff Dore that the detective became impatient with other men in the line, left his car and pointed his weapon. Doyle said the sergeant confronted the men using expletives. Forsyth County Sheriff’s Duane Piper said Biumi lunged his head, gun and shoulders into a pickup truck to threaten the driver. Doyle said the incident was captured on security cameras."
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