Tulsa, OK

Hotdog Order Goes BADLY WRONG In Sonic Fast Food, Tulsa

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You may wonder how an order for a hotdog at the fast food chain Sonic could end in an assault. Unfortunately, there are some crazy people living in this city, and the following story shows just how out of hand things can become over a simple misunderstanding of a food order.
Authorities in Oklahoma reported an incident at a Sonic Drive-In involving a group of four individuals who ordered a hot dog and jalapeno poppers through the drive-thru.
However, they received a hot dog with jalapenos instead. This led to two of the customers becoming upset, resulting in a disagreement between one of the men and a fast food worker. The restaurant’s manager intervened and prevented the man from entering the closed establishment, as stated in a Facebook post by the police.
In response, the man dragged the manager outside, repeatedly punched him, and ultimately body-slammed him to the ground. The assault continued with the man continuing to punch the manager. Another female customer observed the fight and decided to join in, throwing punches that inadvertently landed more on the other suspect than the intended target.
The altercation was recorded on video (which has not been released), which aided the police in locating the two suspects at a Tulsa apartment complex. They were subsequently arrested on charges of aggravated assault and battery. The manager sustained multiple injuries and was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Perhaps most worrying is not anything within the story itself as thankfully nobody was wounded or died. However, it does show how quick some people are to resort to violence and have seemingly 0 self control over something which is so trivial. If a person has a hairpin trigger on a very bad temper, it does make one wonder what is in store for the city of Tulsa once these people are released from jail. Surely the same thing will happen again and again?

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