A Burger King worker started her 2020 behind bars after getting arrested for allegedly pulling a gun on a customer who complained about her drive-thru order in Tennessee.
According to police, Oderrial Moore-Williams, 38, began cursing and yelling at the customer after she entered the restaurant to inquire about her food order being wrong. A witness told police Moore-Williams then took out a gun and pointed it at the customer.
She was then reportedly seen putting the gun in a bag and handing it to an unidentified person in the parking lot of the restaurant.
Shortly after, Moore-Williams was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault.
A Burger King spokesman said in a statement, “We take the safety and security of everyone at our restaurants very seriously. This behavior does not reflect our expectations for Burger King restaurants. The franchisee is fully cooperating with the authorities and has terminated the employee.”