• Woman in wheelchair fires stun gun at McDonald's worker for being rude, taking too long, police say

    By: Jared Leone, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

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    DETROIT -

    A woman in a wheelchair irate with her service at a McDonald’s restaurant fired a stun gun at an employee Thursday evening, police said.

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    The woman told investigators that the employee was rude and her order was taking too long to complete, so she pulled out and fired the stun gun around 5 p.m., Metro Times reported

    The prongs missed the employee, who was not injured, Metro Times reported. The employee told police that she was courteous to the woman.

    The woman was taken into custody and later released, WXYZ reported. Police offered to take her to another location, but she refused. 

    "We confiscated the taser," Wayne State University Police Chief Anthony Holt told the Metro Times.

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