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Hungry cop threatens a teenager with a gun in McDonald's

Detective Sgt. Scott Biumi from the DeKalb County Police Department in Georga was in a McDonald's drive-thru lane recently when he must have gotten just a little too hungry. Biumi exited his vehicle while waiting for his order and approached the 18-year-old man parked in front of him. At first Biumi began yelling at the man for taking too long to order, but it was only a matter of time until the off-duty officer decided to involve his gun in argument. Shortly after pulling out his pistol he drove off, but not before witnesses were able to write down his Biumi's license plate number. All of it was all caught on camera, and RT's Meghan Lopez has more.


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Mac attack

I guess fast food really is addictive.

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Cop was lucky..

... he didn't do it to someone with a conceal carry. He had no uniform, and I know I'd draw and shoot and ask questions later if someone came up with a gun at me.

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Kid was lucky...

he wasn't at a drive-thru for Dunkin' Donuts or Krispy Kreme.

Cop might've gone postal from low blood sugar.

"Hungry cop threatens

"Hungry cop threatens teenager with a gun in macdonalds"

On this weeks episode of the walking dead......smart zombies

dum dum duuuum....

were screwed

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After the Happy Meal... the Angry Meal !

After the Happy Meal... the Angry Meal !

... and yeah:

"Angry" ... not just "Hungry"


Glad the young man survived this, anyway.

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