• Waffle House customer: 'I'll go to (expletive) jail over some barbecue sauce'

    By: Steve Burns, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Updated:

    BIBB COUNTY, Ga. - Things got hot at a Waffle House in Middle Georgia this week over a customer’s request for barbecue sauce.

    Early Tuesday, a man sat down for some food at the restaurant on Riverside Drive near I-75 in Macon, according to the Macon Telegraph.

    Willie Edward Drake, 43, of Columbus, asked for some barbecue sauce, according to a Bibb County sheriff’s report.

    Drake was told the restaurant had none, and then things got spicy, according to the sheriff’s report.


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    The man “then began screaming obscenities and insulting” the workers, then added: “I’ll go to (expletive) jail over some barbecue sauce!” the report said.

    And soon, he did.

    When deputies arrived, Drake was “uncooperative and disorderly," according to police.

    He was jailed on a disorderly conduct charge, the newspaper reported.

    This article was written by Steve Burns, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 

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