Fox News Flash top headlines for November 12
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com.
He did not romaine calm.
A Florida man was arrested after causing a commotion in a Checkers drive-thru, throwing a fit over the lack of lettuce for his sandwich.
Henry Arce-Cabellero now faces charges of disorderly conduct and resisting an officer without violence following the drive-thru drama, WKMG-TV reported on Wednesday.
Henry Arce-Cabellero, pictured.
(Pinellas County Jail)
MCDONALD'S FAN WITH HMBRGLR LICENSE PLATE SPOTTED IN RESTAURANT'S DRIVE-THRU, MUCH TO THE INTERNET'S DELIGHT
On Nov. 4, the Largo Police Department responded to a call from the Checkers on Ulmerton Road in Clearview around 11:30 p.m. Employees got scared when Arce-Cabellero beat on the drive-thru window and screamed at them, furious that the restaurant didn’t have any leafy greens for his order.
The disgruntled customer’s meltdown caused the workers to fear for their safety and for the other diners inside, per a criminal complaint.
A Florida man did not "romaine" calm when a Checkers restaurant ran out of lettuce for his sandwich.
When authorities arrived, Arce-Cabellero was reportedly uncooperative and denied the allegations of erratic behavior.
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS
According to the outlet, the 49-year-old also refused to show police his driver’s license. When an officer moved to place him in custody, the customer initially resisted, before conceding when handcuffed.
In related headlines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has launched an investigation into a multi-state outbreak of E. coli potentially linked to contaminated romaine lettuce after 12 people fell ill, with five requiring hospitalization.
CLICK HERE FOR FOX NEWS' CONTINUING CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE
Fox News’ Alexandria Hein contributed to this report.
Source: Read Full Article