Police: Man points gun at McDonald's employee after not getting hot sauce for fries

PHOENIX — An Arizona man, upset that he did not get hot sauce with his french fries, pointed a shotgun at a McDonald's employee, KNXV reported.

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Antonio Alonso Ballesteros, 18, was charged with aggravated assault stemming from the Jan. 11 incident.

According to Phoenix police, Ballesteros went to a McDonald’s drive-thru.

When he received his fries, Ballesteros allegedly became upset when his did not receive hot sauce with his order, KNXV reported. He reportedly went into the store, poured soda on a female employee and left.

When the victim followed to write down the man’s license plate number, the man allegedly pulled a shotgun from his SUV and pointed it at the employee, the television station reported.

Police used surveillance video to get a license plate number and found Ballesteros a few days later, KNXV reported. Ballesteros claimed he grabbed his gun because he believed the employee was going to pour coffee on him, the television station reported.